Ok so this is the research project I've been asked to do but am struggling, will upload what I've already done but struggling to understand what they mean on some of the objectives like "Identify success indicators and limitations; data collection limits.", I got stuck on this part and not sure what they mean, I asked the teacher to give me examples as it seems very vague, but i'm still confused. Can some explain what all this means, i'm still quite confused of what it's asking of me. He said look online at something but can't remember what they are called, basically examples of projects like this one. It seems simple english but reading it I am just baffled to what they mean.
"Be able to formulate a research proposal. Research and review areas of
interest and identify possible research projects. Prepare a research project proposal and appropriate execution plan for review by the lecturer. Undertake a critical review of key references.
Identify possible research subjects and appraise the feasibility of each one.
Select a research project option from 1.1 above and document the key factors
used in the selection of the research project.
Identify success indicators and limitations; data collection limitations.
Prepare a hypothesis for the proposed research.
Prepare and submit a research project proposal.
Identify and record the key references required for the research project.
Checklist of evidence required: Note
Research project proposal
Execution plan for the research project
List of key references
Refer to class slides and online resources, follow procedures of academic writing for project proposals.
Use Harvard referencing.
Criteria covered by this task:
To achieve the criteria you must show that you are able to:
Unit 28 – 1.1 Formulate and record possible research project specifications
Unit 28 – 1.2 Identify the factors that contribute to the process of research project selection
Unit 28 – 1.3 Produce a proposal for the agreed research project
Unit 28 – 1.4 Undertake a critical review of key references"
Is this right?