Research Instruments

A dissertation or any research agenda for that matter is as good or as bad as its research instruments. Once you have formulated your research objectives and done significant amount of work in literature review, the next most critical hurdle to cross is the research instrument. Quality control in data collection in the field begins with developing a good research instrument, whether it's a questionnaire, interview or observation guide or focus group discussion guide. A good research instrument is one which adequately addresses all the research objectives. Put differently, a good research instrument contains most of the questions that are critical to collecting data that speaks into the main objective of the study. AT DSI we have time-tested experience in assisting students in developing research instruments that respond to your study objectives. So why delay in securing our assistance? Register here for assistance in developing the right research instruments for your study.

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