Why Is Research Important?
The principle reason for research is to illuminate activity, to demonstrate a hypothesis, and add to the information in a field of study. But most importantly, the following are the prime reasons that research is so important.
It is ….
- A Tool for Building Knowledge and for Facilitating Learning
- A Means to Understand Various Issues and Increase Public Awareness
- An Aid to Business Success
- A Way to Prove Lies and to Support Truths
- A Means to Find, Gauge, and Seize Opportunities
- A Seed to Love Reading, Writing, Analyzing, and Sharing Valuable Information
- A Nourishment and Exercise for the Mind
Discovering the reasons why research is significant appears to be an easy decision, yet numerous individuals abstain from engaging in it. The lazy (if not mentally-drained) student is probably thinking “not again,” while a disinterested academic could just be doing it to secure job tenure and/or a promotion. Yet, for those who like to learn, whether they are members of a learning institution or not, doing research is not just an imperative, but a need….
But is doing research as straight-forward as it seems to be? The answer is no. It requires months of reading, weeks of thinking and days and days of merging all that you read and thought into actionable material in the form of tools and techniques of research. And if you choose to survey your sample in a population, you will be in for a rude shock by the absolute lack of good platforms where you can conduct your survey!
This is where SoGoSurvey came to me. It is complete, it hand-holds you to the last T and if you are a student (like I am), it even does all that for no costs! I am dedicating this post, for the hardworking guys out there at SoGoSurvey who are facilitating countless researches and bringing about a change, one research at a time. Hope you only go forward!!