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University of Michigan School of Information


623 - Research Methods for Information Professionals

Research Methods for Information Professionals --- Research is key in the information professions: we assist other people conducting research, read research studies to improve practice, engage in research to evaluate tools and services, and use research in reports, funding requests, and requests for proposals. Much of our practice rests on a base of evidence and as responsible professionals it is important that we be able to weigh that evidence and apply it appropriately in our information setting. Information professionals also conduct research studies to assist in their work or for promotion within their organizations. We may also become a part or larger research teams conducting research studies. This course is designed to help you conduct and consume research studies.
Credit Hours 3


  • Co-requisite: SI 501 or waiver; (C- or better)