- Full Description
This book provides computing and information students with all the tools they need to successfully complete a final year research project. Based on an approach which has been tried and tested on over 500 projects, it offers a simple step-by-step guide to the key processes involved: - developing your project proposal, - developing the problem description, - following objectives, - presenting and analysing your data, - drawing conclusions, - presenting and defending your work, - preparing the final version of your report. Being an essential purchase for students, it also contains lots of useful information for supervisors and examiners including guidelines on how to review a final year project.
- Table of Contents
Table of Contents
- Part I: Concepts.
- Computer Science and Information Systems Research Projects.
- Actors Involved, their Roles and Relationships.
- Part II: Process.
- The Process: An Overview.
- Developing your Project Proposal.
- References and Citations.
- Developing your Aim.
- Developing your Objectives and Choosing Methods.
- Following the Objectives.
- Presenting and Analysing your Data.
- Drawing your Conclusions and Identifying Future Work.
- Presenting and Defending your Work Orally.
- Part III: Supplements.
- Information Seeking and Use.
- The Report.
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