This course will equip undergraduate Information Systems students with the basic skills to conduct researches in the field of Information Systems. The course aims to introduce the required techniques for conducting a research, implementing systems, writing technical reports and the skills for presenting the work for audiences. This course will particularly focus on topics which are related to the field of information systems. The course will also provide guidance to the students in selecting their projects, understanding the research process as well as the tools needed to support implementing the system and writing its documentation. The course discusses other issues including research methods that are normally used in researches such as experiments, survey, interview and simulations, understanding the importance of literature review, preparing visual presentations and other ethical issues such as plagiarism.