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Research Methods or Methodology refer to the way(s) in which a researcher intends to gather information about his/her research problem.
The easiest way to find research studies is use the search box on the library's home page. Type the topic you're interested in, and either "qualitative research" or "quantitative research" next to it, as shown in the image below. (Handy searching tip: the quotation marks mean that the two words will be searched as a phrase, next to each other.)
Doctoral students are required to prepare a research proposal for their dissertation study. All doctoral projects that involve human subjects must be reviewed and approved by Franklin University's Institutional Review Board (IRB) to ensure the rights and welfare of human participants are protected. The research proposal will be included in the IRB application.
Anyone who conducts human subjects research at Franklin University must complete training before any research activities commence and before submitting a research proposal to the IRB for review. The Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) provides an online training course to satisfy this requirement and must be completed by all faculty, staff, and students involved in human subjects research. CITI educational courses help researchers to understand their obligations to protect the rights and welfare of human subjects in research.
Please take the following steps to complete your CITI training:
Completing the CITI course will keep your training current for three years, after which time you will be required to complete a refresher course that updates your training for another three years. You will receive an email reminder from CITI when it is time to refresh your training. If your training expires during any human subjects research project, you must cease all research activities until your training has been updated.