Doing research is a cyclical process. When doing research, one should start with brainstorming keywords. Keywords will help you identify books and articles that are relevant to your research. As you read articles and books, you should keep note of word that are frequently used by other researchers. Pratt Institute Libraries has a growing collection of Design Management research materials (books, e-books, articles, journals).
To best evaluate information, please follow the CRAP [ Currency, Reliability, Authority, & Purpose ] test below.
The CRAP Test
Purpose/Point of View
Adapted from Dominican University
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