HDFS 2113 & 2114 Interview Paper Handout Fall 2011 072911

HDFS 2113 & 2114 Interview Paper Handout Fall 2011 072911

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Interview Paper Handout Overview and Checklist : Description Points Late Penalties Due Date Component #1 : Rough draft of Interview Paper. 25 points -3 points each day late September 22 Component #2 : Revised draft of Interview Paper. 15 points -2 points each day late November 15 Formatting Guidelines : All components must follow the following formatting guidelines: o 1 inch margins, double spaced, Times New Roman (12 point font) o Spacing after each paragraph: 0 pt ( Note: The default for Microsoft word is 10 pt , you will have to change it). o Saved as a Microsoft Word for Windows computer files. All students have access to OSU computer labs which contain Microsoft for Windows. However, if you are unable to use an OSU computer lab and do not have Microsoft for Windows, please submit the components as .pdf file. You will not receive credit for an IP component if the TA cannot open the file. You are not allowed to quote in the paper. If you want to refer to what one of your interviewees said, simply rephrase the sentence in your own words – like you would if you were describing it to a friend. References: You are not required to find outside references for your paper, since you will be discussing whether the answers from the interviews were consistent with your expectations. However, if you use an idea or information that is not your own and/or that you got from an outside source, you must provide citations for that source using APA formatting. Presenting an idea or information without proper citation is an example of plagiarism. If you want to find references for your paper (though it is not required), please read suggestions on page 8. Any evidence of copying, outside help, or plagiarism will result in an “F!” in the class. Submission Guidelines : Note that all components must be submitted using the dropbox function on D2L. No components will be accepted in person or via e-mail. Your TA will submit feedback regarding each component using D2L so please be attentive to feedback as it obviously can impact your performance on other IP components. o If you have questions regarding the feedback, please contact your TA. o Note that D2L does not send you an e-mail after feedback is posted. All components must be submitted by the designated due dates and times. o D2L keeps track of the time when components are submitted. o Late components will only be accepted with an approved (and documented) excuse outlined in the syllabus. o Having computer or Internet problems is not an approved excuse for late IP components. o Thus, do not wait until the last minute to submit a component. Make sure that you submit each component in the appropriate dropbox.
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2011 for the course HDFS 2113 taught by Professor Criss during the Fall '08 term at Oklahoma State.

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HDFS 2113 & 2114 Interview Paper Handout Fall 2011 072911

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