Current and emerging technology: research paper

  

Appropriate Topics:

The Research Report, select one of the following research areas:

i) 5G Networks

ii) Serverless Computing

iii) Blockchain

iv) 3D Printing

vii) Artificial Intelligence

viii) Internet of Things (IoT)

ix) Medical Technology

Introduction

Literature Review

Methodology Specifics (comparative analysis)

Findings and Results

Conclusion and Future Recommendations

References – APA

Appendices

Your paper is to have a title page, introduction, well defined literature review(body), findings, conclusion, and reference pages. The paper must be at least 2,500 words.

Use graphs, charts, tables or figures.

The research paper must be at least 2,500 words supported by evidence (citations from

peer-reviewed sources). Note: the research should be thorough and exhaustive.

A minimum of five (5) peer-reviewed journal citations are required.

Formatting should be double-spaced, one-inch boarders, no extra space for headings, no

extra white space, no more than two levels of heading, page numbers, front and back

matter). Extra white space use to enhance page count will negatively affect student grade.

The research paper must only include materials derived solely from peer reviewed

journals or peer reviewed conference proceedings. Newspapers, websites (URLs),

magazines, technical journals, hearsay, personal opinions, and white papers are NOT

acceptable citations.

All images, tables, figures are to be included in the appendices and IS NOT included in the 15-page requirement. This means appendices are not included in the 15 pages requirement.

A total of at least 15 full pages is required (no extra whitespace).

Formatting Details

Margins

The left-hand margin must be 1inches (4 cm.). Margins at the right, top, and bottom of the page

should be 1.0 inch. (See exception for chapter title pages below.) The Research Report text may

be left-aligned (leaving a ragged right edge) or may be both left- and right-aligned (justified).

Line Spacing

Double-spacing is required for most of the text in documents submitted during the Research

Report process.

Paragraph Spacing

The text of the document is double-spaced. There should be no extra spaces between paragraphs

in sections, however, indent the first line of each paragraphs five spaces.

Page Numbering

All pages should have page numbers in Arabic numerals in the upper right-hand corner.

Type Style

The body text, the student should use 12-point Times New Roman. Text for the cover page may

be larger but should not exceed 14-point size. Text for the chapter title text should be 14-point

size. Be consistent in the use of typefaces throughout the document. Do not use a compressed

typeface or any settings on the word processor that would decrease the spacing between letters or

words. Sans serif typefaces such as Helvetica or Arial may be used for relatively short blocks of

text such as chapter headings and captions but should be avoided in long passages of text as they

impede readability.

Title Page

Every document that is submitted must have a title page. The title page includes the exact title of

the research report, date of submission, the team name, and the name of each team member.

Chapter Title Heading, Subheadings, and Sub-Subheadings

It is required that submitted Research Report use no more than three levels of headings in the

body text. All headings should have only the first letter of each word capitalized except that nonmajor

words shorter than four letters have no capital letters.

Instructions for heading levels follow:

Level 1: Chapter Title Heading

This heading starts two inches from the top of the page, is centered on the page, and is set in 14-

point type. The first line contains the chapter number (e.g., Chapter 4). The second line is blank.

The third line displays the chapter title, is centered on the page, and is set in 14-point type.

Level 2: Subheading

Start the subheading at the left margin of the page, four spaces (i.e., two returns when the

document is set for double-spacing) down from the title, set in bold 12-point type. Double-space

(one return) to the subheading body text. Indent the first line of the body text five spaces.

Level 3: Sub-Subheading

Start the sub–subheading at the left margin of the page, double-spaced (i.e., one return when the

document is set up for double-spacing) from the subheading, set in 12-point italics. Double-space

(one return) to the sub-subheading body text. Indent the first line of the body text five space.

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