Case_Study_Instructions

Case_Study_Instructions - assignment If you have any...

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Case Study For this assignment you’ll be writing about a specific topic that applies to our discussion for the week. To get the exact topic, you should check the assignment tab under the week in question! This is a more general guideline about what you should do and how you will be graded. This assignment must be approximately 300-400 words in length. You can use the word count function under the review tab in Microsoft Word. As always you must cite any research you use. This is particularly true if you have any direct quotes of have copied and pasted anything into your assignment. It is okay to use copy/paste as long as you do so sparingly. If you copy a large percentage of your paper from other sources and you cite them, you will be graded down for lack or originality. If you copy ANY text from another source and DON’T cite it, you will be brought before the Academic Integrity Committee for a ruling and will most likely receive a zero for the
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Unformatted text preview: assignment. If you have any questions about citation, you can always ask me! I’d much rather you asked me before, than had a problem after. This assignment is worth 50 points and will be graded as follows: 20 pts for proper topic and understanding. To get the full 20 points, you must be writing on the correct topic and have a good understanding of said topic. You’ll lose points for getting off topic or including information that has nothing to do with the topic you are writing on. 20 pts for research. To get the full 20 points, you should cite at least one source even if its your text. You should be getting this information from somewhere after all! 10 pts for spelling, grammar and style. As always with a college level paper, you must use proper spelling and grammar. You’ll also get credit for good style and flow in your paper!...
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This note was uploaded on 06/24/2011 for the course CIS 246 taught by Professor Stark during the Spring '11 term at DeVry Chicago.

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