COM 705 UOP Course/ShopTutorial

COM 705 UOP Course/ShopTutorial

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COM 705 Week 1 Assignment Scholarship Essay
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Resources: SPL Essay Grading Rubric located in the Week One Materials section of the student website.
• Review the Electronic Readings Reserve (ERR) articles and the Scholarship, Practice, and Leadership essay grading rubric on the COM/705 course page.
• Write a 700- to 1050-word paper explaining how information literacy influences scholarship, practice, and leadership in a specific profession or discipline.
• Include the following components in your paper:
o Four sources – You must incorporate in-text citations and references from the three assigned ERR articles and one additional peer-reviewed source of your choice. Use the authors’ viewpoints to develop your argument. Please do not merely summarize the sources. Instead, use the sources to support your analysis of the assigned topics.
o APA formatting and style – Consult your APA Manual to format the title page, margins, header, spacing, citations, references, etc. according to APA standards. (Note: The assigned ERR articles may not reflect APA standards. Do not rely on the articles to model APA format or style.)
o Scholarly tone – Write in third person, not first or second person—i.e. avoid “I,” “we,” “my,” “our,” “you,” “your,” etc. Present an analysis of the topics, not personal opinions. Use a formal tone rather than a casual or conversational style. (Note: The assigned ERR articles may not reflect SAS writing standards. Do not rely on the articles to model scholarly tone.)
Please note: No author’s note or abstract is required for this assignment.
Use the Scholarship, Practice, Leadership Essay Grading Rubric to ensure you meet the assignment requirements.

COM 705 Week 1 DQs
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