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DSC 500 Research Methods

A guide to library and professional design research

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Sage Research Methods

Sage Research Methods
A web-based research methods tool to help researchers, faculty and students with research projects. Researchers can explore methods to help them construct research projects, and understand various methods. This database focuses on methodology and is useful for all disciplines.

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