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Research Report / Individual Project (300 points)
IAAS, PAAS and SAAS
The research paper must be between 10-12 pages (not counting cover page, abstract, contents and references) supported by evidence (citations from peer-reviewed sources).
A minimum of 6 (six) peer-reviewed journal citations are required.
All images, tables, figures are to be included in the appendices and IS NOT included in the 10-12 page requirement.
Long quotations (i.e. paragraphs) are NOT Only one quoted short sentence (less than 14 words) is permitted per page.
This area provides additional details about the content of each of the needed Research Report Chapters (5). For those instructing in Hybrid format, the instructor may want to consider having the instantiated teams work on: 1) an outline of the final research report and 2) a preliminary research report that includes Chapters 1 and 2. For those instructing in Online or F2F formats the instructor may want to consider using the Hybrid format (teams) or single student submission format. The final submission should include DETAILS of each of following:
Chapter 1 – Introduction (Clearly indicating your paper title)
This should be between 2-3 pages.
Chapter 2 – Literature Review (Only peer reviewed articles are accepted. Summarize the articles in a paragraph)
find a minimum of 5 peer-reviewed articlesand summarize them. Tell us why they are important for your research.
Chapter 3 – The body of the paper. Deep research.
This should be between 3-5 pages.
Chapter 4 – Conclusion
This should be between 3-4 pages.
6) References – APA (not included in page count)
7) Appendices (not included in page count)
Please refer below for subheading required for each chapter below:
In this section, present enough information about the proposed work such that the reader understands the general context or setting. It is also helpful to include a summary of how the rest of this document is organized.
In this section, present a concise statement of a research-worthy problem addressed (i.e., why the work should be undertaken – don’t say required for the class). Follow the statement of the problem with a well-supported discussion of its scope and nature. The discussion of the problem should include: what the problem is, why it is a problem, how the problem evolved or developed, and the issues and events leading to the problem.
Next, include a concise definition of the goal of the work (i.e., what the work will accomplish). Aim to define a goal that is measurable.
Research questions are developed to help guide the authors through the literature for a given problem area. What were the open-ended questions asked and why did the student find (or not find) them adequate.
The student should consider the following questions as they read through an article stating how the author(s) supported, or left unsupported the evidence, relevance, and significance of their research literature:
Why is there a problem? What groups or individuals are affected?
How far-ranging is the problem and how great is its impact? What’s the benefit of solving the problem?
What has been tried without success to correct the situation? Why weren’t those attempts successful? What are the consequences of not solving the problem?
How does the goal of the study address the research problem and how will the proposed study offer promise as a resolution to the problem?
How will the research add to the knowledge base?
What is the potential for generalization of the results?
What is the potential for original work?
In these paragraphs, identify how the problem is inherently difficult to solve. How did the solution the author(s) propose address the difficulties?
In this section, it is important to clearly identify the major areas on which the student will need to focus the student research in order to build a solid foundation for the study in the existing body of knowledge. The literature review is the presentation of quality literature in a particular field that serves as the foundation and justification for the research problem, research questions or hypothesis, and methodology. The student will develop a more comprehensive review of the literature as part of the research.
Chapter 3 Deep Research
This chapter will include the main subject analysis of the paper. Students can provide detailed knowledge on the title, compare / contrast or advantage / disadvantage analysis is recommended.
Conclusions – Clearly state the conclusions of the study based on the analysis performed and results achieved. Indicate by the evidence or logical development the extent to which the specified objectives have been accomplished. If the research has been guided by hypotheses, make a statement as to whether the data supported or rejected these hypotheses. Discuss alternative explanations for the findings, if appropriate. Delineate strengths, weaknesses, and limitations of the study.
Implications – Discuss the impact of the work on the field of study and its contributions to knowledge and professional practice. Discuss implications for future research.
Recommendations – Present recommendations for future research or for changes in research methods or theoretical concepts. As appropriate, present recommendations for changes in academic practice, professional practice, or organizational procedures, practices, and behavior.
Follow the most current version of APA to format the references. However, each reference should be single-spaced with a double space in between each entry.
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