The focal point of this course is the final project: a 2000-word, research-based argumentative essay. This requires development of topic that is related to your field of study; identification, evaluation and synthesis of peer-reviewed scholarly sources, and accurate integration of evidence into the essay adhering to APA 7th edition standards. This essay will also help you prepare for a Capstone Project, graduate school, and writing beyond your four-year degree. Each week, the discussion will help you build towards this goal
Above all, remember that the primary goal of research is to pursue answers!
Due Dates:Wednesday Night â€“ For full credit, complete your main post by Wednesday night.Sunday Night â€“ Reply to at least two peers. To receive full credit, peer responses should be posted on different days. Also, check your own thread. Reply to some of the comments from your instructor and your peers.
This week, you are being asked to propose an argumentative topic. Of course, you will likely not have a complete research plan ready by the end of the week. However, given the larger theme within the first module of our textbook, The Bedford Researcher, what â€œconversationâ€ will you join? Whatâ€s even being argued about the topic?
This discussion board will help you practice the following skills:
To prepare for your initial discussion post, read The Bedford Researcher pages 1-25. Page 6 encourages this five-step process:
Complete the five steps listed above. Number your responses according to the text above (i.e. 1., 2., etc.). Here are the requirements for the discussion:
Choosing and Narrowing Your Research Topic
Duration: 4:07User: n/a – Added: 1/22/20
YouTube URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPDZMaIh8aA
Criteria for Success:
The topic must be of Healthcare administration. Need article sent as an attachment and it is very important to use APA format referencing.