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edition manual to have as a resource throughout the remainder of the program. Each resource will need to be cited by using APA formatting as well as the entire paper, using headings as recommended by APA.Please see Step 18 toward the end of this document for a comprehensive list of APA resources.Q:Do I have to do a paper? What if I don’t want to write a paper and
at the top of the Course of Study. Use the paper outline provided in the Course Tips as a guide for formatting your paper.do a multimedia presentation such as PowerPoint?A: No, you do not have to do a paper. Some students choose to do a multimedia presentation such as PowerPoint. If you choose to do this you must still adhere to the APA formatting including headings, in-text citations, references, etc. It is not recommended that you attempt a PowerPoint presentation unless you are familiar with that application. If you decide to do a presentation, remember to follow APA where indicated and provide sufficient detail in the “notes” sections of the slides.Step 4Read the first section of the Study Plan, titled Being Human and Being a Nurse. Q:Do I have to answer and hand in the questions at the end of blocks of study?A: No. You do not have to formally submit the answers to the questions at the end of the blocks of study. The “completed” button is a bookmark for your convenience.Step 5Read the second section of the Study Plan, titled Western Model of Wholeness. View the video in the Study Plan on this page titled Complete Health and Healing.Student Notes & Questions:Step 6Complete section C of the assessment, using the information on this page.Add references to the reference page.Even though you are doing Section C first, keep the overall order of the paper the same as the rubric. Q:I can’t remember how to do in-text citations? A: Use your APA Manual (6th edition). You have a wonderful resource in APA and articulation available with the Writing Center called the Guide to Academic Writing. You can find the Writing Center webpage in the Success Centers tab at the top of the C351 Course of Study. Make an appointment today!Q:How do I cite a video? A: Here is the basic format for citing a video from the COS (APA 6th Edition, p. 209):Author/corporate author. (year or use n.d. if publication year is unknown). Title of video [Video file or DVD]. Retrieved from/Available from URLSo, it would look like this (add the year or use n.d. if the publication year is unknown):Koerner, J. (n.d.). The complete health and healing [video file]. Available
from -e2d6-4692-842c-0fc5b3833cf2.mp4(“available from” would be used instead of “retrieved from” because it is only available to a certain group of people: WGU students.)Step 7Read the third section of the Study Plan, titled Eastern Modelof Wholeness.Student Notes & Questions:Step 8Read the fourth section of theStudy Plan, titled Tools for Presence.Student Notes & Questions:Step 9