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I've been a successful research coach for 8+ years and I've interpreted the
"types" of sources as being books versus magazines or journals or experts
or Internet article or newspapers etc.

So, all experts are considered only one type of source. Sure ok to
interview different experts. Use the animal expert to gain knowledge and
present your solution the technology expert and get feedback.

Deepa Subramaniam
(Team Ninjaborgs & other teams in past)

Deepa

On Oct 13, 2016 2:58 PM, "Frank Levine" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Hi,
>   My team is wondering if they can count this as two types of 'sources' of
> information:
>
> #1: Interviewed an expert on the animal that they selected
> #2: Interviewed an expert on the technology that they plan to bring to bear
>
> Technically both sources are 'experts', but they are experts in different
> areas of the research (problem vs solution).
>
> Any advice would be welcome
>
> Thanks,
> Frank Levine
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