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A Systems Approach to Conduct an Effective Literature Review in Support of Information Systems Research
  • Y. Levy, T. Ellis
  • Business
    Informing Sci. Int. J. an Emerg. Transdiscipl.
  • 2006
TLDR
This paper provides the rationale for developing a solid literature review including detailed instructions on how to conduct each stage of the process proposed and provides arguments for the value of an effective literature review to IS research.
Towards a guide for novice researchers on research methodology: Review and proposed methods
TLDR
The goal of this review is to provide the novice researcher with a starting point in becoming a more informed consumer and producer of research in the form of a lexicon of terms and an analysis of the underlying constructs that apply to scholarly enquiry, regardless of the specific methods employed.
A guide for novice researchers: Design and development research methods
TLDR
A six phase design and development framework adopted from prior system development methodology literature is presented and examples to help the novice researcher better grasp the proposed framework are discussed.
Framework of Problem-Based Research: A Guide for Novice Researchers on the Development of a Research-Worthy Problem
  • T. Ellis, Y. Levy
  • Business
    Informing Sci. Int. J. an Emerg. Transdiscipl.
  • 2008
TLDR
The concept of problem-based research beyond the 'know it when I see it' approach is explored and the interaction of the problem with the other fundamental elements of scholarly research will be explored.
Framework of Problem-Based Research: A Guide for Novice Researchers on the Development of a Research-Worthy Problem
TLDR
The aim of this work is to help novice researchers understand the value of problem-based research by providing a practical guide on the development of a well articulated and viable statement of a research-worthy problem as the starting point for all research.
Animating to Build Higher Cognitive Understanding: A Model for Studying Multimedia Effectiveness in Education *
This paper presents a model for designing experiments to test the effectiveness of multimedia and other technological enhancements in education. It is based upon a discussion of an experimental study
A Guide for Novice Researchers on Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Studies in Information Systems Research
TLDR
The essence of this paper is to provide novice researchers a brief review of existing experimental designs commonly used in an attempt to simplify the use of such methodologies.
Towards a Framework of Literature Review Process in Support of Information Systems Research
TLDR
The paper concludes by providing arguments for the value of an effective literature review as well as implications for future work in this proposed framework.
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