Information Governance

Assessment I: 500 words with 5 References

During tenure at UoC, you have been presented with information about what constitutes effective, professional writing.

For this assignment, reflect on APA Format: 12 Basic Rules, share your thoughts on the writing process. Describe what you find the most difficult for you. What are some strategies you could use to overcome this (these) challenge(s)?

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You MUST cite the sources any time you make reference to your research, whether that be through direct quotations or in summary.

Assessment II: 500 words with 5 References

Some people believe that the way leaders communicate depends on their age or generation.

What impact do you think technology and the information age have had on how we communicate?

Assessment III: 1000 words with 10 References (Annotated bibliography)

Assignment is to create an annotated bibliography for Information Governance for Social Media.

1)For your bibliographies you must research 10-12 sources on each topic.

· Two of the sources can (but need not) be from the course syllabus. Whether or not you use these sources you will want to look at their citations to follow a citation trail

· You must find the other sources doing your own research.

· At least two of the sources must be from academic journals searched through the library’s databases.

2)Write 1 paragraph for each source that you choose for annotation. You should have:

  1. A       heading or headings that indicate the theme around which your chosen       pieces are organized.
  2. Your       annotation should include the bibliographic reference, where you got it       (what database, etc), and the following info:
    1. State        the purpose of the article or the question that it is trying to answer.
    2. Briefly        discuss how the question is answered (ie. what cases are examined? What        is compared or contrasted?).
  3. State       the findings or the argument that the article makes.
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