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11 things you should do BEFORE your research project (22 May 12)

Why it pays to "set the stage" for your research projects and evaluations

If your hard work is to bear fruit it pays to look at likely results in advance and determine how you define success.

Apart from anything else this strengthens people’s commitment to using any findings or  it reveals the lack of it.

Here are eleven things to try out before you start collecting data in your next project.

They are a bit repetitive but I am…

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