Doing Your Undergraduate Project is a practical step-by-step guide to managing and developing a successful undergraduate project. The book covers all aspects of project management, explaining in a clear and structured way how to undertake a project and helping readers to identify and acquire the necessary skills to plan and carry out the research and writing.
This practical and concise book provides:
Advice for preparing a project and choosing a topic
Guidelines for writing a project proposal
A checklist for planning
A guide to producing a literature review
Advice on choosing and implementing appropriate methodology
An awareness of ethical issues
Information for writing-up the report.
Written in a lively and engaging manner, this detailed and accessible manual is an invaluable resource for students across the social sciences working on their undergraduate project.
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Denis Reardon currently works as a freelance researcher and writer, and was formerly a principal lecturer in the School of Information Studies, and more recently a visiting lecturer in Knowledge Management and Project Management, at UCE.
Introduction The Value of a Project Preparing to Do Your Project Choosing a Topic Writing the Project Proposal Planning the Project Risk Assessment and Management Methodology The Literature Review Using Results Writing the Project Report