Current references and sources; the more current the better.
Processes and measurements that can be reproduced. Precise methods of measurement and hard empirical evidence. Practitioners and theorists want to achieve similar results, so share your methodology clearly.
Proof of conclusions. It is important to show how you arrived at your thinking by examining your thinking clearly in your writing.
The TCC Library has access to several databases with science-related resources and journals:
Links to research guides
These are links to research guides created here at TCC either for a specific discipline or program or for a specific assignment. They will give you a little deeper understanding of what instructors might require.
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