Successful Strategies for Teaching Undergraduate Student Research
Lanham: Scarecrow Press, 2013
Marta M. Deyrup, Ph.D.
Beth Bloom, M.L.S., M.A.
One of the most difficult aspects of doing research is being able to
frame the research question. This book contains contributions from
well-known educators in a variety of disciplines—library science,
communication, composition and education— who have successfully helped
students go on to write successful research papers. Each author focuses
on a different aspect of the research process and provides guidance on
how to teach undergraduates how to complete the initial, crucial steps
to identify, organize and complete a topic.