Need to know how to conduct your own original research? These tutorials from Credo will help you develop your own primary and secondary research projects.
Video: Creating a Research PlanInformation overload can be a major roadblock in the research process. This video will help you conceptualize a research pathway and consider solutions to common research challenges.
Tutorial: Scholarship as ConversationIn this tutorial, you will learn how their projects help build the body of work in a given field. Additionally, you will become familiar with the process of attribution and critical evaluation.
Video: Thesis StatementsUse this video to help you identify the purpose of your research efforts and construct evidence-based statements. You will learn how to narrow in on a topic, conduct background research, and synthesize the existing body of evidence in order to craft a compelling argument.
Video: Primary and Secondary ResearchThis video illustrates the differences between primary (original) research (with a focus on methods used in sciences and social sciences) and secondary research, and the ethical considerations associated with each.
Video: SynthesisThis video focuses on strategies for writing a strong paper that brings together ideas from multiple sources, including identifying main ideas, and paraphrasing and summarizing techniques.
Video: Data, Information, and KnowledgeThis video defines and explains the differences and relationships between data, information, and knowledge, and how each might be used or encountered in research.