UNV 503 Week 2 Assignment Article Summary Student Communication In Online Classes
Read “Read-Only Participants: A Case for Student Communication in Online Classes” by Nagel, Blignaut, and Cronje which is located in the e-Library Resource section of the Topic 1 materials. After reading the Nagel, Blignaut, and Cronje article, write a 250-500-word summary of it. Refer to the guidelines for writing an effective summary presented in the Lecture 2 as a guide. Be sure to include a discussion of the research problem, questions, method, findings, and implications discussed by the authors.
UNV 503 Week 2 Assignment Reference List
Select a topic to research. For your research, you must use Google Scholar, the GCU Library or another reputable site. Use Lecture 2 for a description of what is considered a scholarly article. Use APA formatting style for references. Create a title page and a reference list with 10 references from the last 5 years. Include the permalink for each reference. Include the following types of references:
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UNV 503 Week 2 Discussion 1 Find A Scholarly Article
Find a scholarly article in the GCU library. Copy an excerpt from the article. The excerpt should be the length of a paragraph (approximately four to five sentences long). Post the excerpt as your initial discussion forum post with your paraphrase of this excerpt directly underneath using appropriate APA citations. Use the link below and the paraphrasing guidelines outlined in Lecture 2 to assist you. In addition, select at least two posts that your classmates have made and comment on what they did well with their paraphrasing, and what they could have done differently.
UNV 503 Week 2 Discussion 2 Critically Analyze Sources
Why is it important to critically analyze sources? Why are scholarly sources more appropriate for academic research?
UNV 503 Week 2 Discussion 3 Academic Integrity Scenarios
Read the Academic Integrity Scenarios. As you read them, think about how these types of situation might arise in your academic career. How does academic dishonesty undermine the purpose of graduate school?