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Having Trouble Picking a Topic?
If you are struggling to select a manageable topic try the following:
Brainstorm all the keywords and ideas you can think of--think laterally
Search the web for ideas and keywords; remember to check for any good quality references at the bottom of the page in Wikipedia.
Search the NJIT online catalog for books that might be related or give you ideas
Search the Academic Search Premier database using different keywords, browse and read for ideas
Brainstorm with your friends / mix this up with searching, browsing, and reading
Re-read the Badke assignment #3 from the Research Roadmaps (Chapter 2 - Taking Charge).
LAST BUT NOT LEAST, Brainstorm with your professor or a librarian.
Research Roadmaps -- Navigating the Information Landscape Lesson
RR Activity #1, Navigating the Information Landscape Lesson) includes the following Guides as instruction. Students are to watch the video and answer questions below in their Moodle courses. View a PDF copy of the quiz.