Attach copies of your own publications that might be seen in relation to your research project.
Objective of the research project Give a concise and clear outline of the academic (possibly also non-academic, e.g.
Title Page: In order to develop a clear title, you must also be clear about the focus of your research!
Strive for the title to be ten words or 60 characters: focus on or incorporate keywords that reference the classification of the research subject Abstract/summary statement of the research project: This one page summary focuses on the research topic, its new, current and relevant aspects.
Timetable Develop a time table (if possible in table form), indicating the sequence of research phases and the time that you will probably need for each phase.
Take into account that at this stage, it can only be estimated, but make clear that you have an idea about the time span that will be needed for each step.
Selective research bibliography List academic works mentioned in your research outline as well as other important works to which you will refer during your research Attachments: List other documents attached to your proposal.
Certain questions will be emphasized over others depending on the nature of the proposed project and the agency to which you are submitting the proposal.
This article was co-authored by Christopher Taylor, Ph D.
Christopher Taylor is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of English at Austin Community College in Texas.