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Submit Files – Project 3 – Research PaperHide Folder InformationFolder Project 3 – Research PaperInstructions Today, digital media is found throughout all business and personal activities making it necessary to have a high level of understanding of both the sources of content, as well as the methods in which the information is consumed. The responsible utilization of digital media requires individuals to have an awareness of the global, social, ethical, and legal contexts in which the digital media is consumed.Students are required to select a topic related to global, social, ethical, or legal issues with digital media. You will perform in-depth research and provide an explanation of how an issue associated with your selected topic relates to the consumption of digital media.Formatting RequirementsProject must follow APA styleDouble-spaced 1 inch margins12 point professional fontHeaders including project name, class, and page numbersFile name first initial, last name and project (ex. BWright_paper)Use of tables, graphs, images, etc. of appropriate size that are relevant to the information being conveyed is highly encouraged.Content RequirementsMinimum of 2500 words, maximum 3000 words (excluding cover and bibliographical pages)Title Page including your name, instructor name, course name and number, and paper titleResearch Paper RequirementsOutlineIntroductionBodyResearchFindingsContextConclusionBibliography with minimum of 2 professional / scholarly sources. Wikipedia is not acceptable. Complete and submit your project no later than 11:59PM (ET) on 05/01/2016Grading Rubric:LevelDescriptionFeedbackTitle Page5 PointsPaper – Outline5 PointsPaper – Introduction10 PointsPaper – Body – Research14 PointsPaper – Body – Findings14 PointsPaper – Body – Contextual Information & Other Information12 PointsBibliographical Sources10 PointsCitations10 PointsFormatting Requirements10 PointsLength Requirements10 PointsDue Date May 1, 2016 11:59 PMHide RubricsRubric Name: Project 3: Research Paper Grading RubricCriteriaLevel 3Level 2Level 1Title Page5 pointsThe Title page includes student’s name, paper title, institution, and is APA formatted.3 pointsOnly ONE requirement is missing from the Title page1 pointMore than ONE requirements are missing from the Title page.Length Requirements5 pointsThe word count requirement is met (minimum of 1800, maximum of 2000 (excluding title page and bibliographical pages).3 pointsThe maximum word counts is exceeded by more than 50 words (excluding title page and bibliographical pages).0 pointsThe minimum word count requirement is not met (excluding title page, and bibliographical pages).Formatting Requirements10 pointsPaper is typed double-spaced with one inch margins and 12-point professional font and the first line of each paragraph is indented.Headers include Project title and page numberSpelling, grammar, punctuation is correct throughout the documentUse at least one table, graph, or image, of appropriate size that is relevant to the information being conveyed.7 pointsOnly ONE of the formatting requirements is missing.4 pointsTWO or More of the formatting requirements are missing.Paper Outline5 pointsUses appropriate outline structureThe different parts of the paper are broken down in a clear hierarchical manner. The outline contains very precise, detailed information that is essential to the topic.3 pointsThe different parts of the paper are not broken down in a clear hierarchical manner.The outline contains sufficient information that is essential 1 pointOutline points are unrelated.The outline includes insufficient and/or inappropriate informationPaper – Introduction10 pointsIntroduction contains detailed background information, develops a significant and compelling position, and gives a clear explanation or definition of the problem. Contains a clear, engaging thesis (topic sentence), anddirects the reader toward the point of the paper 7 pointsBackground information and topic sentence or thesis is not clear. There is no clear explanation or definition of the problem.4 pointsBackground information and topic sentence or thesis is vague.Paper – Body40 pointsParagraphs fully support thesis with well-developed/ relevant examples, details, and quotes (where appropriate). The writer’s insight, analysis, and/or interpretations are relevant and enhance the explanation of the content. The writer provides an explanation of how issues associated with selected topic relates to the consumption of digital media. Research, findings, and other contextual information related to the topic are clearly and logically presented.30 pointsParagraphs do not fully support thesis with well-developed/ relevant examples, details, and quotes (where appropriate). The writer’s insight, analysis, and/or interpretations aresomewhat relevant and enhance the explanation of the content. The explanation of how issues associated with selected topic relates to the consumption of digital media is not clear. Research, findings, and other contextual information related to the topic are not clearly and logically presented20 pointsParagraphs do not support thesis and contents are poorly organized. No explanation of how issues associated with selected topic relates to the consumption of digital media.Research, findings, and other contextual information related to the topic are vaguely presentedPaper – Conclusion5 pointsThe writer wraps up/gives closure to the main points of the paper, and goes beyond restating the thesis/introduction3 pointsThe writer wraps up/gives closure to the main points of the paper, but does not go beyond restating the thesis/introduction.1 pointThe writer merely restates the thesis/introduction. There is little or no closure to the main points.Bibliographical Sources10 pointsPaper includes at least FIVEprofessional/scholarly sources (at least two sources must be peer-reviewed Journal articles) 7 pointsPaper includes at least FOUR professional sources (at least one source must be a peer-reviewed Journal article)4 pointsPaper includes less than FOUR professional souces and/or there are no peer-reviewed journal articles.APA Citations10 pointsCorrect APA citation is used for all citations, both in-text and in reference list7 pointsThe paper contains minor APA citation errors4 pointsThe paper contains major APA citation errorsOverall ScoreLevel 390 or moreLevel 270 or moreLevel 10 or moreSubmit Files