Management Information Systems

Paper instructions

The will be the start of my Proposal paper. This portion will only be two pages, the next portion will be the rough draft of the paper, and then the final paper.

Writing a term paper proposal (50 Points) requires a topic, a working title and a clear intention of the paper you are planning to write. The purpose of the proposal is to present a working title and detailed description of the paper so that an instructor can give corrections and adjustments for beginning the term paper. Doing enough prep work for the proposal will give you a clear and logical plan to getting started on writing a draft of your eventual final paper.
Step 1
Pick a topic that is familiar or of interest selected from an area covered in the course book. The topic must have a mixture of technology with business in organization.
Step 2
Write a brief description of the paper topic. Be sure to include the paper title even if it is a tentative one.
Step 3
Include in the proposal a topic framework of the various sections that the topic will cover.
For example: A proposal framework might include a ‘Background’ section about the topic, and a ‘Purpose’ section which covers the questions to be answered by the term paper. Additionally, a ‘Results or Findings’ section might also be appropriately included, describing how the paper would fulfill the questions. Include any other framework that might be appropriate.
Step 4
In addition to the topic description and framework, a ‘Significance of the Paper’ section must be included describing why the topic is important. Remember to be as brief as possible yet thorough because you are only providing an idea of what readers can expect to see in the upcoming draft.
The proposal topic description, framework, and significance should only be approximately one to two pages long (single spaced).
Step 5
Lastly, on its own page, include a minimal list of at least four (4) peer-reviewed journal article references that serve as the basis of your topic and to be included in your draft as well as the final version of the paper.

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Discipline: Management Information Systems, Business

This portion will only be 2 pages.

The professor has broke this assignment into three different stages.
1. Proposal of the paper (2 pages)
2. Rough draft (12 pages)
3. Final paper (12 pages)

Writing a term paper proposal (50 Points) requires a topic, a working title and a clear intention of the paper you are planning to write. The purpose of the proposal is to present a working title and detailed description of the paper so that an instructor can give corrections and adjustments for beginning the term paper. Doing enough prep work for the proposal will give you a clear and logical plan to getting started on writing a draft of your eventual final paper.

Step 1

Pick a topic that is familiar or of interest selected from an area covered in the course book. The topic must have a mixture of technology with business in organization.

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Step 2

Write a brief description of the paper topic. Be sure to include the paper title even if it is a tentative one.

Step 3

Include in the proposal a topic framework of the various sections that the topic will cover.

For example: A proposal framework might include a ‘Background’ section about the topic, and a ‘Purpose’ section which covers the questions to be answered by the term paper. Additionally, a ‘Results or Findings’ section might also be appropriately included, describing how the paper would fulfill the questions. Include any other framework that might be appropriate.

Step 4

In addition to the topic description and framework, a ‘Significance of the Paper’ section must be included describing why the topic is important. Remember to be as brief as possible yet thorough because you are only providing an idea of what readers can expect to see in the upcoming draft.

The proposal topic description, framework, and significance should only be approximately one to two pages long (single spaced).

Step 5

Lastly, on its own page, include a minimal list of at least four (4) peer-reviewed journal article references that serve as the basis of your topic and to be included in your draft as well as the final version of the paper.

 

Each student is required to prepare a full draft of the term paper on the approved proposed topic. Submitting a paper without an approved proposal will result in a 0. There are no page limitations, but a decent term paper is typically a minimum of 12 pages of ‘body’ (approximate minimum is 2,000 words). However, Minimum Requirements = Minimum Grade). The term paper must be in APA format. Late submissions will be penalized 10% of grade per day late.

 

Proposal Rubric

Proposal Rubric
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeTopic Selection

Pick a topic that is familiar or of interest selected from an area covered in the course book. The topic must have a mixture of technology with business in organization.

10.0 pts

Meets Criteria

8.0 pts

Mostly Met Criteria

6.0 pts

Partially Met Criteria

4.0 pts

Minimumly Met Criteria

0.0 pts

Did Not Meet Criteria

10.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeTopic Description

Write a brief description of the paper topic. Be sure to include the paper title even if it is a tentative one.

10.0 pts

Meets Criteria

8.0 pts

Mostly Met Criteria

6.0 pts

Partially Met Criteria

4.0 pts

Minimumly Met Criteria

0.0 pts

Did Not Meet Criteria

10.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeTopic Framework

Include in the proposal a topic framework of the various sections that the topic will cover.

10.0 pts

Meets Criteria

8.0 pts

Mostly Met Criteria

6.0 pts

Partially Met Criteria

4.0 pts

Minimumly Met Criteria

0.0 pts

Did Not Meet Criteria

10.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSignificance of Paper

A ‘Significance of the Paper’ section must be included describing why the topic is important.

10.0 pts

Meets Criteria

8.0 pts

Mostly Met Criteria

6.0 pts

Partially Met Criteria

4.0 pts

Minimumly Met Criteria

0.0 pts

Did Not Meet Criteria

10.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeReferences

Include a minimal list of at least four (4) peer-reviewed journal article references that serve as the basis of your topic proposal and to be included in your draft as well as the final version of the paper.

10.0 pts

Meets Criteria

8.0 pts

Mostly Met Criteria

6.0 pts

Partially Met Criteria

4.0 pts

Minimumly Met Criteria

0.0 pts

Did Not Meet Criteria

10.0 pts
Total Points: 50.0

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