Your project should use your research and voice to come to a purposeful conclusion for your research question, keeping in mind your

Your project should use your research and voice to come to a purposeful conclusion for your research question, keeping in mind your

  • A reflective memo, formatted as a memo, of at least 1 single-spaced page
  • Project is the equivalent of 5-7 pages in length (not including the reflective memo)
  • Project is composed in 12 point, Times New Roman font with 1 inch margins throughout
  • Project is geared toward a specific, public-facing audience, and is composed in a medium logical to that audience‚Äôs needs, values, and communication preferences
  • Project clearly seeks to conclude an exploration of your research question, which is very clearly articulated in the project
  • Project contains a minimum of 8 sources
  • Include at least 3 peer-reviewed sources
  • Include at least one primary source
  • A properly formatted Works Cited page that adheres to MLA formatting guidelines
  • Submission is polished, organized, and relatively free from error, demonstrating rigorous review by the writer as well as others (such as Writing Center consultants, peers in the course, family, or generous friends)

Assignment Description for Research Project
Purpose
Your project should use your research and voice to come to a purposeful conclusion for your research question, keeping in mind your project should move readers to do, think, or believe in a new way.
Audience
Your project should be a public-facing, research-based, and geared toward a
specific local audience interested in or related to your specific topic. This means,
you must have a clear but imagined idea of who you are presenting your research
to. This concept of audience may be different from other college classes when the
default audience is often imagined to be your instructor, the other students in the
class, or some variation of an audience that expects an academic in tone essay
written in Standard American English. While we (as in the class) are certainly part of
your secondary audience, your primary audience should consider the purpose
of your project and who it is specifically composed for (and what stake they have in
it).

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