Research methodology is the specific procedures or techniques used to identify, select, process, and analyze information about a topic. In a research paper, the methodology section allows the reader to critically evaluate a study's overall validity and reliability.
The Student Research Experience provides an opportunity for students to collaborate in one-on- one research with a faculty member at any point in their educational journey. Students benefit in working with a faculty member to acquire basic research skills and develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
Research allows you to pursue your interests, to learn something new, to hone your problem-solving skills and to challenge yourself in new ways.
A research methodology describes the techniques and procedures used to identify and analyze information regarding a specific research topic. It is a process by which researchers design their study so that they can achieve their objectives using the selected research instruments.
Academic research seeks to advance new knowledge and has relevance based on solving problems that contribute to the improvement of society.
You can do this by conducting surveys, interviews, brainstorming sessions, or informal discussions with your students. You can also use existing assignments, tests, or activities to identify their strengths, challenges, and preferences.