What advice do you have for me for doing my own research?

Several resources can help orient QM members who have a good understanding of the full QM Rubric and the QM process and aspire to do their own research related to QM. For starters, the QM Impact Summary includes an orientation to the context in which research on QM should be done and a framework for setting up a research project. Always important in developing a research project is a literature review for which the QM Research Library and the literature reviews on the QM research landing page are good resources. Honing in on a research question and setting up the study or project is covered in the QM Research Toolkit. Information on using or referencing the QM Rubric and process in research can be found in the Use of QM Materials, while specific questions on conducting QM research can be sent to research@qualitymatters.org