MUSI 205 Research Tutorial Search Closure: Overview
At some point, you have to wrap up the information search process and move on to the product - writing that paper, creating that presentation, making that decision - whatever the purpose of finding the information was in the first place. It's common to feel relief at this point; the search is over (although you may find yourself coming back to any one of these previous steps if you discover gaps in your information further along the way).
There may be a number of reasons for shutting down the search process. Whatever the reason, you'll want to make sure the information you have collected is complete, properly referenced, and useable.Continue to Search Closure: Actions/Strategies »
Content in this page was used or adapted with permission from the Workshop on the Information Search Process for Research (WISPR) tutorial created at the University of Calgary.