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Problem Statement and Reference List, etc by Karlene Sanborn - Monday, 14 November 2011, 10:22 AM First, overall the group did a good job with the first quiz. Tip: Generally, quiz questions are addressed in the weekly lecture (be sure to view the notes), or can easily be researched by using the index in the APA Manual. Do not be discouraged, student scores on the first quiz are generally lower that scores on subsequent quizzes. You did an excellent job in selecting your topics for research. In summary, the coming week: For Assignment 2, you will write a problem statement for the topic that you selected last week. Keep in mind that the problem (opportunity) statement is brief and concise. It will focus your research and communicate your intent to those who read your document. There are various problem statement examples in this week's lecture and in the assignment instructions. After writing the problem statement, you will prepare a list of eight (8) information sources that
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Unformatted text preview: can support your problem statement. The information sources (references) should be listed using APA format. Review the formats in the APA manual. In addition to Assignment 2, each student will prepare responses to a set of Discussion Questions and post those responses to the Discussion Forum. Background information for preparing these questions can be found in the reading assignments. Do not forget to read and respond to at least two of your class mates’ discussion questions. Responses should thoughtfully and respectfully add to the discussion or ask questions to elicit additional information about the topic. TIP: Submit your assignment early to provide your classmates with an opportunity to join in the discussion. Finally, please name your homework files using the following conventions: last name_first initial_Assign#. An example: sanbornk_assign1.docx If you have questions, do not hesitate to contact me. Have a great week! Dr. K...
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2012 for the course MMIS 525 taught by Professor Karlenesanborn during the Fall '12 term at Friends University.

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