Create a Research Paper

You have two part to this assignment. Business organizations often rely on formal presentations to consult, sell ideas, inform stakeholders, and communicate to groups. To accomplish the goal of communicating and selling ideas, research helps presenters develop presentations useful to others. This assignment is in two parts. The first part is an essay and the second part is a PowerPoint presentation summarizing the content of the essay

Part 1: Create a Research Paper

An important skill in writing is the ability to reflect on reading material and provide an integrated report providing information from multiple authors. For Part I, develop a research paper that demonstrates synthesis of 15-20 scholarly articles on the topic selected in Week 4. You should start your paper by identifying a research problem that you have identified in your readings. Your paper should reflect critical synthesis of:

1) What researchers have concluded regarding the problem, related issues, and potential resolutions, and 2) What is still not known about the problem and its potential resolution. The latter reflect gaps in the literature, such as understudied populations, missing theoretical foundations, contributing factors that have not been explored well, or other unknowns that could help shed more light on the topic. Such gaps are important to identify because they are used as a starting point for new research. Note that an outline of the material will make it easier to develop the essay. From the outline, a draft can be developed and reviewed. During the review, you can ensure all elements of the topic are covered. The essay should be comprehensive and concise. Be sure to have citations for all assertions. Length: 5-7 pages Your assignment should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts that are presented in the course and provide new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. Your response should reflect an APA standard. Resources: Brown, K. G., & Barton, D. J. (n.d.). Brief guide to business writing. University of Iowa. Packard, N. (Producer). (2010). Computer skills: Internet search [Video file]. Wood, E., Pasquale, D., Mueller, J. M., Archer, K., Zivcakova, L., Walkey, K., & Willoughby, T. (2016). Exploration of the relative contributions of domain knowledge and search expertise for conducting Internet searches. The Reference Librarian, 57(3), 182-204. doi: 10.1080/02763877.2015.1122559

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