Developing an Android Application using Java Scripting Language.

The final paper should include at minimum:

  • Title page, table of contents, list of figures/tables, introduction, methodology, literature review, proposal, four iterations of research, summary of learning, and references
  • Minimum of thirteen (13) professional references
  • Integrate your journal or log of events during your project with graphs, diagrams, charts, etc., throughout your paper

You are to follow the minimum page requirements and guidelines outlined in Blackboard for each section of the paper: 

  • Introduction & Methodology 3-5 pages
  • Literature & Proposal 3-4 pages. 
  • For each of the 4 Iterations there should be at least 1 page for each part, so roughly 4 pages for each iteration, which is a minimum total of 16 pages for Iterations 1 – 4 in your final paper:
    • 1st Iteration
      • Plan minimum of 1 page 
      • Action minimum of 1 page 
      • Observation minimum of 1 page 
      • Reflection minimum of 1 page minimum 
    • 2nd Iteration

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      • Plan minimum of 1 page 
      • Action minimum of 1 page 
      • Observation minimum of 1 page 
      • Reflection minimum of 1 page minimum 
    • 3rd Iteration

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      • Plan minimum of 1 page 
      • Action minimum of 1 page 
      • Observation minimum of 1 page 
      • Reflection minimum of 1 page minimum 
    • 4th Iteration

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      • Plan minimum of 1 page 
      • Action minimum of 1 page 
      • Observation minimum of 1 page 
      • Reflection minimum of 1 page minimum 

You may have included a 5th iteration. If so, you will need to include a minimum of 4 pages for the 5th iteration as well. Next, you will need to include a Conclusion for your project and a summary of learning, bringing the total pages for the Final Paper to around 40 pages. Finally, if there are a good amount of screenshots, they may be included as part of an Appendix; however, if there are only a couple, you may insert them as Figures and Tables. Please refer to APA guidelines for instructions on how to properly include and cite Appendices, Figures, and Tables.

The above information and requirements are also available to you in the Action Research template provided for you in Blackboard, under Course Documents.

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IMPORTANT NOTE:

Need to give these 3 parts first….to get Project approved from Professor…. These 3 parts will be the part of final paper i.e. included in 40 pages of Project….. A sample copy is also attached for the referrence…..

1.     Introduction and Methodology – Includes. (3 Pages)

o     Introduction – what you plan to accomplish and why, include an overview of the situation or organization and what the situation/problem is that you intend to improve – usually 1-2 pages) Cite and support all content appropriately

o     Methodology is a research paper about Action Research, 2-3 pages (include reasons and justification for approach), minimum of five (5) professional references

2.     Literature Review (3-4 Pages)

is a research paper about your topic.  Most Action Research (AR) topics are very specific, you will most likely need to generalize your topics.  For example, if your AR project involves collecting business requirements for a new system, you may not find academic research about collecting business requirements for a new system.  You will be able to find research about business requirements and process change, 3-4 pages, minimum of eight (8) professional references

  • Proposal – this is your plan – review the template, which should provide you with some common ideas regarding how to document your proposal
  • Briefly summarize (a paragraph or two for) each of the proposed (AR) iteration (at least 4 iterations)
  • Include a visual representation – (example provided in template)

3.     The 1st Iteration (4-5 Pages)

to include your Plan, Action, Observations, and Reflections.

  • Plan – at least one page in length, should include a description of all the planning activity that has taken place…may include agendas or other manuscripts as appropriate
  • Action – at least one page in length, should include a description of that actual activity
  • Observation – at least one page in length, should include a description of all the information collected as well as any analysis
  • Reflection – at least one page in length, should include a description of your thoughts about what happened, what went well, as well as not so well.  If your iteration was a meeting, you may want to discuss the effectiveness of the meeting, did you have the best participants, did you miss any (not invite) or learned during the meeting you should have invited someone else..if so, what are your thoughts regarding mitigation …etc…

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