Dissertation topic: A small country like Singapore, restrict the opportunity of the market size. Hence why international business is important in order to achieve Singaporean career growth as a base on the current technology that we have, it enables everyone has to access the world market at a faster and wider rate. Need to write the requirement of the attached pdf
Setting aims and objectives for a dissertation: an example.
The requirements for setting aims and objectives and where you present them will vary according to academic discipline. Use the information below to guide you, but make sure you complete your work in accordance with the guidelines given by your supervisor.
Aims and objectives may be required at various points in the dissertation process, such as the research proposal or the dissertation introduction or they may be required by your supervisor before you are given the approval to begin your planned investigation.
There is sometimes confusion between aims and objectives.
Aims and Objectives in Broad Terms
Aims are what you hope to achieve by the end of your dissertation. They should be clear and concise statements but expressed in general terms.
Objectives are how you intend to achieve those aims. They will include the specific means of answering the research question that you have posed and details of the key issues involved.
It can be difficult to develop realistic research objectives. There are common pitfalls such as the scope being too broad, not including enough detail, being too simplistic, being too ambitious, etc.
Use these S.M.A.R.T. guidelines to try and develop your objectives:
Specific – avoid general statements, include detail about what you are going to do.
Measurable – there should be a definable outcome.
Achievable – be realistic in what you hope to cover, don’t attempt too much. A less ambitious but completed objective is better than an over-ambitious one that you cannot possibly achieve.• Realistic – think about logistics. Are you practically able to do what you wish to do? Factors to consider include time; expense; skills; access to sensitive information; participant’s consent; etc.
• Time constrained – be aware of the time frame of the project. Example
An investigation into the student use of e-books at UOB University. Aims Many academic libraries have expanded their library provision by the acquisition of e-books. Despite this strategic direction, the literature reveals that relatively little is known about student perceptions and attitudes towards e-books. Consequently, this research aims to narrow this research gap and conduct empirical research into student perceptions towards e-books and their frequency of use.
The results will be used to provide recommendations to library management to improve the quality of service provision regarding e-books.
The above aim will be accomplished by fulfilling the following research objectives:
1. Review the literature concerning the student uptake and experience of e-books in academic libraries.
2. Investigate perceptions and attitudes towards e-books and the usage of e-books at the University of Bolton.
3. Compare usage statistics between various user groups, e.g. full-time, part-time, course type, etc.
4. Identify if any improvements or alterations are required to facilitate a high service quality provision in relation to the e-books service at Bolton University library.
Write a brief research note of fewer than 1000 words following the structure below:
2. Research background and problem definition
5. Brief thought about Methodology
6. Time Plan