Open Access Graduate Research Paper
The writers agreed that the basic problem of this study was to determine methods and procedures which are best suited and most valuable to the student pursuing the required work involved in the successful completion of the Projects course, Industrial Arts 33:270. It is hoped that these methods will prove to be of value to all research work in the Industrial Arts field. More specifically, the following questions should be kept in mind while reading this study:
1. What are the research methods and procedures used in the successful completion of the work required in Industrial Arts 33:270?
2. Of these methods and procedures, which ones seem to be the most valuable in assisting the student?
3. What sources are available and most helpful in the selection of a topic for the Project report?
4. Does the area of study have any effect upon the methods used?
5. Is industry in general willing to be of help by providing material and information pertinent to a study of this type?
6. Are trade journals or technical publications of value to the student in the course Projects in Industrial Arts 33:270?
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of Industrial Arts and Technology
Howard O. Reed
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©1967 Loren Seebach & Jim Sherman
Seebach, Loren and Sherman, Jim, "An Analysis of Research Methods in Projects in Industrial Arts" (1967). Graduate Research Papers. 3721.