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COMS 1000 6.0: First Term Paper Outline The outline for the first term paper is due in tutorial in Week 6 (October 19). The outline will be 3 pages in length and include: a clear thesis statement on the subject of the paper; a detailed description of the different sections or components of the work; an annotated bibliography of possible sources for the paper. The thesis statement and description of the paper should be 250-300 words in length. Papers must be based upon at least 5 sources and include references from: a scholarly book (not a text book), a journal article, and a credible web based source. Annotations for each source should be 50-75 words in length. Late paper penalty : 1% or 1 mark per day (to be deducted after the outline is graded). Late assignments will not be accepted. But in extenuating circumstances, extensions may be awarded at the discretion of the T.A.. You must also complete the library Academic Integrity and Library Research Roadmap tutorials as part of the First Term Paper Outline assignment. These must be completed by
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