Embry LGMT636 Week 1,3 & 8 Research Paper

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Embry LGMT636 Week 1,3 & 8 Research Paper

 

Research Paper Guidelines

 

Guidelines for the Research Paper

 

Each student must prepare a formal 10 page paper on a topic of your choice related to global logistics or supply chain management. Specific topics must be approved by your instructor in advance. Your paper, which is worth 100 points and 20% of your grade, will be evaluated based on the criteria in the rubric linked in the submission activity.

Your paper should include the following:

 

  • Demonstrating quality and depth of content
  • Organizing the report properly
  • Following formatting requirements:
    • Times New Roman, 12 pt. Font
    • Double Spaced
    • Use of Page Numbers
    • Title Page
    • Table of Contents
    • Appropriate labels on figures and tables
  • Demonstrating correct grammar and evidence of proof-reading, i.e., no spelling errors
  • Including a variety and documentation of references used; format for references follows APA Guidelines

 

Required APA Format for Research Paper

 

 

The format for your research paper can be found in the current Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association(APA). Take this opportunity to become familiar with the .erau.edu.ezproxy.libproxy.db.erau.edu/restricted/apa-style-guide-to-electronic-references.pdf”>APA Manual (Links to an external site.)and its format.

For grading information, review the Research Paper Rubric in Module 8, .4 – submit research paper” href=”https://erau.instructure.com/courses/38011/assignments/544318″>A.4 – submit research paper” href=”https://erau.instructure.com/courses/38011/assignments/544318″>ctivity 8.4.

Submission due dates by module are listed below. Failure to meet submission dates will result in points being deducted unless coordinated in advance with your instructor!

  • Module 1 – Topic submission for approval
  • Module 3 – One-page outline posted to a discussion forum (graded)
  • Module 7 – Complete draft paper
  • Module 8 – Submit final research paper, fully proof read and ready for grading (graded, worth 20% of grade)

Upon submission, your final paper will automatically be evaluated through .com/en_us/features/faqs”>Turnitin (Links to an external site.), an originality detection tool. Your paper will be checked against a database of millions of written works and provide feedback on originality. You may view your originality report; however, you will not be permitted to submit your paper a second time. Ensure your work is entirely your own and cite your sources!