Writing a research proposal: planning and communicating your research ideas effectively

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Abstract

This article is designed to guide you through the stages in writing an effective research proposal. It covers the when, why and how to aspects of research proposals, and uses examples to illustrate the most effective way to communicate research ideas. It is, in part, designed to support those seeking to submit a proposal for the LIRG Research award, and thus to complement the advice given on the LIRG website1, but it also serves as general guidance for anyone wishing to prepare a research proposal for a range of contexts.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)18-28
Number of pages11
JournalLibrary & Information Research : Research Into Practice For Information & Library Services
Volume32
Issue number102
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2008

Bibliographical note

© 2008 Juliet Eve

Keywords

  • research
  • research proposals

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