Project Part I - Research Paper(3)

Project Part I - Research Paper(3) - 1 IT104 Lecture...

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IT104 Lecture Project – Student Deliverable #1 Submit as one document on Blackboard ***No Late Submissions*** Class Meeting Day Due Date (at the class start time) Monday Tuesday, October 11 Tuesday Tuesday, October 4 Wednesday Wednesday, October 5 Thursday Thursday, October 6 Friday Friday, October 7 Research Paper Specifications (150 points - 15% of final grade) Overview As part of this project, you will be required to write a paper on a new development in information technology that you find interesting or potentially beneficial. You will analyze this development, explain the technology, its benefits, and legal, ethical, and social issues related to it. You will also need to discuss the security aspects of the development and the hurdles that must be overcome to bring it to completion. Project Objectives Assess the significance of a new development in information technology Critically evaluate new development from legal, social, ethical, and security perspectives Identify and evaluate sources of information on new developments in information technology Formally research a selected topic, communicate your understanding and appropriately cite your references 1
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Project Requirements Your research paper will be a MS Word document that will include: 1. Title page in APA style/format containing your full name, course number and section, date, project title, and the following GMU Honor Code statement including the active links: "By placing this statement on my webpage, I certify that I have read and understand the GMU Honor Code on and as stated, I as student member of the George Mason University community pledge not to cheat, plagiarize, steal, or lie in matters related to academic work. In addition, I have received permission from the copyright holder for any copyrighted material that is displayed on my site. This includes quoting extensive amounts of text, any
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