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Write a case study about the same topic featured in the Annotated Bibliography assessment. Citations used there should help students fully explore. assert and conclude major points about the student’s chosen subject
Students are encouraged to rewrite their first draft of annotation to correct errors such as grammatical mistakes, word choices, awkward flow, tautology, split infinitives, and run-on sentences. This will be marked in accordance with the grading matrix. It is best if students adhere to all ”High Distinction” column attributes and eliminate all in the ”Unsatisfactory” column.
See the grading matrix for attributes encouraged and rewarded.
Students are asked to de-identify (remove your name) in their assessment so that marking bias, real or perceived is minimised or eliminated.
Note: Turniitin similarity percentages and highlights will not be available to students when submitting assessments.
The University of Western Sydney Library: e-resources, library staff, and paper publications accessible to students vUWS: see recommended readings and other resources available.
Executive Summary should be in Times New Roman 11 justified in italic font. Executive Summary should contain 200 to 300 words and include your general conclusion.
1. INTRODUCTION (TIMES NEW ROMAN BOLD 14ALL CAPS
The text in the body of the paper will be in Times New Roman 11-point.
1.1. Company Name, Characteristics etc.
This template, complete with header and footer formats, will make it easy to lay out your paper
Your manuscript should contain an introduction, main body (data, method, results, discussion, etc.) and a conclusion.
1.2. Project Name, Description etc.
Set out your paper on A4 size the same as this, with margins as described in Table 1.
2. THE PROBLEM(S)
What is the problem? Describe it in full.
3. THE INNOVATION(S)
What is the innovation? Describe it in full.
List specific benefits of this innovation such as safety, quality, cost, productivity, schedule or sustainability. Describe in full.
5. POSSIBLE IMPROVEMENT(S) ON THIS INNOVATION(S)
Think through what might be improve specifically such as integrating with other systems or making it ergonomically compatible.
Assert something that you conclude such as make a judgement, point out a danger or deem something successful
We acknowledge Mr X in Organisation Y.
8. REFERENCES - LIST AT THE END OF REPORT - FOLLOW WSU HARVARD STYLE
9. FORMATTING NOTES:
Table 1. Margins to use in this paper
Top and bottom
For Microsoft Word users the Page Setup Dialog should appear as shown in Figure 1. Centre your Figures and Tables.
Page numbers should be placed on the outside bottom of each page in the footer margin. Number your pages 1, 2, 3, … of 'the total number of pages'. See Footer below.
9.1. Tables and Figures
Tables should be labelled Table 1, Table 2, … at the top of each table. Figures should be labelled as Figure 1, Figure 2, … below the figures.
9.2. Footers and headers
The header in Times New Roman 9-point italics should state the paper title on the left (abbreviated if necessary), and the last name of first author of the paper. The header will be suppressed on the title page.
The footer in Times New Roman 9-point italics should follow the format shown in the footer.
The equation should be separated by a blank line above and below, and the equation number should be right aligned on the right margin. When you reference equations in the text, use the equation number, e.g. using Equation 3, it can be seen that they are correlated.