Note: Choose information technology related topic/ project. Assignments for this course must use a Microsoft Officeâ„¢ file format.Text based documents such as papers and journals must use Microsoft Wordâ„¢ and be sent/uploaded as a .doc or .docx file.Failure to use the .doc or .docx file will result in zero (0) points for the assignment.Presentations must use Microsoft PowerPointâ„¢ and be sent/uploaded as a .ppt or .pptx file; and tables must be use Microsoft Excelâ„¢ and be sent/uploaded as a .xls or xlsx file. In addition, all written submissions must use a scholarly or formal writing format and strictly follow the writing guidelines of the Publication of the American Psychological Association [APA Manual], 2010, 6th edition, 7th printing.
Please provide an overview of your research project by answering the following questions.
- What is your proposed research project’s topic?
- Brief Description of Your Research Project
- What problem or issue is your research designed to solve?
- Why is solving the problem or issue important?
Please note, the following projects and project topics are not acceptable:
- Finding employment, a job, or career opportunities
- Unofficial or informal work-integrated learning (WIL) or training arrangements
- Software/hardware upgrades (unless part of an approved WIL project)
Write a short paper (5 pages maximum excluding non-content pages) on the process you used or will use for finding an action research topic or obtaining a work-integrated learning (WIL) project.
- Include detailed information about
- How did you or will you find your topic or WIL project?
- What type or types of WIL projects are you looking for? or Why did you choose one or more specific areas of action research topics?
- What are the locations of the actual or perspective WIL projects?
- How did you narrow down the search to one or two specific opportunities or topics?
The paper must follow the formatting guidelines in The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (2010), (6th ed., 7th printing). Any supporting material must come from contain scholarly or professional sources (excluding blogs, wikis, and social media sites). In addition, the paper will be submitted through the Turnitin originality-checking tool.