Last Updated: Oct 17, 2014
- Do a little research first. Use the databases suggested to explore resources. Use them to help frame your question.
- Remember your audience (in this case your professor).
- Brainstorm different questions before you settle on one.
- Evaluate potential questions for feasibility and what resources exist to support your arguements. Evaluate further for clarity, focus, and complexity.
- More information on using your topic to generate a research question.