For your topic, you need to find researchable aspects.
Be willing to broaden, narrow, or modify your topic.
Here are some suggestions on how to research your topic.
|technology||sustainability||diversity in the field/population served|
|global issues||climate change||aging of the population/people in the field|
issues with fast growth or shortages in the field
|ethics||LGBTQ issues||artificial intelligence|
Other things to keep in mind:
|Topic .||Points about Your Topic||Sources|
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