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  • HIST500 B001 Fall 16
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    Assignments for HIST500 B001 Fall 16

  • Examination of the Researching History Guide
    Due Oct 9, 2016 (a month ago)

    In this assignment, you are required to examine the information included in the Researching History Guide (attached below). Once you have carefully examined the material write an informal, candid 250-500 word review of the Guide in which you indicate the particular topics you found to be of benefit (as well as those items you found not to be of benefit) when contrasted with your own research and writing strengths and weaknesses. Specifically respond to the following questions:

     

    1. What were the most difficult concepts to embrace?
    2. What were the easiest? and
    3. How might this guide influence the writing of your own historical research findings?

     

    This assignment should be be typed, double-spaced, and in a 12-point Times New Roman font.  There will be 15 possible grade points awarded for submission of the Researching History Guide.

     

    Cut and paste your assignment using the text box submission application or attach a document file at your discretion.

     

    NOTE: You are required to apply the Chicago Style Guide (footnotes/bibliography) where appropriate. http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org.ezproxy1.apus.edu/home.html


    Researching History Guide.pdf 

  • Graduate Student Orientation
    Due Oct 16, 2016 (a month ago)

    Graduate Student Orientation

    Graduate Student Orientation introduces you to the University, ensures you understand the expectations for graduate study at APU/AMU, and provides you with critical resources needed to be a successful graduate student. 

     

    This assignment requires you click on the left-hand menu link entitled Graduate Student Orientation. Once you are in the orientation, you must go through each module. At the end of each module is a Knowledge Quiz. You must complete each quiz before moving on to the next module. You can enter and leave the modules as often as needed.

     

    Please note: ALL incoming graduate students are required to complete the Graduate Student Orientation within the first 2 weeks of the first course of their graduate program. Failure to complete the orientation during this time period may result in academic dismissal. If you have already completed the Graduate Student Orientation in another course, you do not need to review the orientation again, but you will just need to complete a submission for this assignment. To do that, you will need to know the Course ID, Section and Semester in which you completed the orientation, e.g. IRLS500 D001 Spr 14.

     

    Once you have completed all modules and have read the Academic Dishonesty section in the Student Handbook, please re-type or copy and paste the following into the submission window and then add your name where indicated to signify that you agree:

    By adding my name here, I certify that I have completed the entire Graduate Student Orientation as a part of this course. As an APUS graduate student, I understand that academic honesty and integrity are integral to the university community and to the successful completion of my studies. As such, falsely claiming to have completed the entire graduate orientation constitutes a violation of university policy and may result in adverse action, up to and including expulsion and my academic dismissal from the university.

    [Enter your name here]

    If you have already completed the Graduate Student Orientation in another course, please re-type/copy and paste the following into the submission window and then add the course information and your name where indicated to signify that you agree:

    By adding my name here, I certify that I have completed the entire Graduate Student Orientation in [Course ID, Section, Semester, e.g. IRLS500 D001 Spr 14]. As an APUS graduate student, I understand that academic honesty and integrity are integral to the university community and to the successful completion of my studies. As such, falsely claiming to have completed the entire graduate orientation constitutes a violation of university policy and may result in adverse action, up to and including expulsion and my academic dismissal from the university.

    [Enter your name here]

     

    Due: No Later Than Sunday of Week 2, by 11:55 PM, ET

  • Preliminary Annotated Bibliography of Works Included in Research Proposal
    Due Oct 30, 2016 (19 days ago)

    You should submit a preliminary annotated bibliography of works to be included in the Research Proposal. At this point, a minimum of 15, properly formatted items are required. (15 points). For reference purposes, the Chicago style guide is available through the online library at http://apus.libguides.com/APUS_ePress/Chicago. Follow this format for your basic bibliographic formatting, and remember your entries should, once again, be annotated, which requires that each citation be followed by a brief (usually about 100 words) descriptive and evaluative paragraph. The purpose of the annotation is to inform the reader of the relevance, accuracy, and quality of the sources cited. See the attached sample annotated bibliography for formatting guidance.

     

    Cut and paste your assignment using the text box submission application or attach a document file at your discretion. 

     

    NOTE: Be sure to include a short statement that identifies the central topic of your proposal.


    Sample Annotated Bibliography.pdf 

  • Research Project Proposal
    Due Nov 27, 2016 (in 9 days)

    Each student is required to prepare a formal research proposal of a historical research project. Note that this is the solely a proposal and you are not required to submit an actual completed research project.

     

    You should keep in mind that presentation of an acceptable proposal is generally the first major stage of the research process. Before a proposal can be submitted, you must have identified an appropriate research problem and developed realistic ways of exploring it. This process normally  takes several weeks, and it should begin sometime during the initial two weeks of the course. Further, you should realize that preparing the proposal is both a formal and an intellectual exercise. Therefore, all aspects of the proposal should be prepared as carefully as possible.

     

    In the attachment you will find the document Primary Research Paper Proposal Guidelines. IMPORTANT: An example of a historical research project proposal is included as an appendix to this guide and you are strongly urged to examine this document in its entirety as it provides detailed instructions on completing your proposal, while the example proposal will serve as the required formatting guide. Do apply the required Chicago style formatting protocols for the required footnote entries and the 25-item, annotated bibliography. Again, do remember that you are required to apply the Turabian/Chicago Style Guide where appropriate. http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org.ezproxy1.apus.edu/home.html

     

    For this assignment, upload your proposal as a file attachment.

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