ITC571 Annotated Bibliography and Journal Synopsis Emerging Technologies And Innovation Assessment and Tutor Proposal

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ITC571 Annotated Bibliography and Journal Synopsis Emerging Technologies And Innovation

Assessment No: 3

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ITC571 Annotated Bibliography and Journal Synopsis Emerging Technologies And Innovation

Annotated Bibliography and Journal Synopsis


Task

You are required to prepare for this Assessment Item by:

  • READING the Subject outline, COMPLETING Topic 3, 4 and 5 on sections that discuss how to do an Annoatated Bibliography and a Journal Synopsis paper.
  • WHAT TO DO: Tasks 1 and 2 below

TASK 1 25%

Annotated Bibliography

  • Write an Annotated Bibliography for your Capstone Topic with a collection of 12 articles following a set structure. The Annotated Bibliography is a critical examination of the most relevant and recent scholarly research on the topic area that is not just a summary of the articles you have read.
  • Use the latest online search tools (CSU PRIMO, Google Scholar, Online databases) and efficient bibliographic organisers - CSU supports the use of EndNote. (available on iPad). EndNote is a bibliographic citation program, allowing references and footnotes to be translated into a variety of standard formats.
  • An Annotated Bibliography is a detailed analysis of sources that can be used later in an expanded Literature Review.
  • Use the latest online search tools (CSU PRIMO, Google Scholar, Online databases) and efficient bibliographic organisers - CSU supports the use of EndNote. (available on iPad). EndNote is a bibliographic citation program, allowing references and footnotes to be translated into a variety of standard formats.
  • As a CSU student you can download and install EndNote X7 for Windows or Mac OS platforms from https://online.csu.edu.au/division/dit/software/core.html
  • Ensure that the Annotated Bibliography submitted by you is your own work and has not been submitted elsewhere and comply with the University's requirements for academic integrity.
  • You can get help in Building and Writing an Annotated Bibliography from several Topics in the ITC571 Interact2 site sidebar menu and other study advice and tips from:
    • Study Resources (PDF files to download): http://student.csu.edu.au/study/resources
    • APA style Referencing from http://student.csu.edu.au/study/referencing-at-csu
    • Example below shows APA6 style with 2nd and subsequent line indentation and use of DOI link to source if available:
    • The CSU Library website for LibGuides in Information Technology, Computing and Mathematics at http://libguides.csu.edu.au/cat.php?cid=66969
    • EndNote Bibliographic software and tutorials LibGuide at http://libguides.csu.edu.au/endnote
  • Review the emerging technology (use internet for journals, conference papers, magazines, news articles, online databases, eBooks) and submit a 12-article Annotated Bibliography on your topic.
  • A good place to start a collection of articles in your annotated bibliography is via the PRIMO search tool located on the CSU Library website at http://www.csu.edu.au/division/library Self-Evaluation Report on Originality (100-150 words)
  • Select an 1000-word sample of annotations text only (exclude references) from and submit it for testing at Turnitin turnitin.com Save and append a copy of the originality report obtained.
  • NOTE: Tasks 1 and 2 (below) can be appended into the one document and submitted via EASTS as PDF or other document format

As an example, the Capstone Topic PRIMO search on a research topic like "IoT security in smart cities" returned the following snapshot from a large list of very recent journals related to the Topic, by using the "articles" filter to cut out books, eBooks etc. Next when applying another filter "peer-reviewed" and a sort by "Date-newest", joined with a show only "Open access" and "Available Online", then the second screen reveals a 2019 journal paper not readily seen on the first broader search result page 1:

TASK 2 10%

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Write a 120-200 word Journal Synopsis paper based on your Task 1 results

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The purpose of this final assessment activity is to produce a 120-200 word Journal Synopsis paper on your findings, lessons learnt and a discussion that will be supported by your annotated bibliography with references from respected sources. After submission, post a copy to share with your peers on the ITC571 Discussion Forum.

The challenge is to communicate the most about your project in the least amount of words.

What is a synopsis?

It is another name for an Abstract, that you will have read at the beginning of academic journal articles when researching your A4 Annotated Bibliography. If you have read these synopses or abstracts, you’ll already know that they are:”¨

“a summary of the article; its arguments and conclusion.”

The journal abstract or synopsis was very useful to you perhaps, in helping you to decide if an article is relevant to your research, and in deciding the worth of futher reading and are an integral feature of most conferences. The presenters are required to submit an abstract or synopsis of their papers, which conference delegates later receive. This helps the delegates decide which presentation they will attend. So you need to be convincing with your synopsis and include an overview of your arguments and conclusions. Synopses are generally only one or two paragraphs long, and they are placed at the beginning of the paper.

Adapted here from the Source: https://www.uow.edu.au/content/groups/public/@web/@stsv/@ld/documents/doc/uow195641.pdf

It should make it easier if you use the simple template below for your 120-200 word Journal Synopsis paper as it has the following headings and length as a guide:

TITLE (10 words of the synopsis paper and NOT the same as your Project Title)

  • AIM OF THE PROJECT ( 1 sentence or 15 words)
  • METHOD (2 sentences or 30 words)
  • RESULTS (1-2 sentences or 15 to 30 words)
  • DISCUSSION (2 sentences or 30 words)
  • CONCLUSION (1 sentence or 15 words)

Guidelines:

  • The ABSTRACT of an article is written LAST. See https://www.editage.com/insights/a-10-step-guide-to-make-your-research-paper-abstract-more-effective
  • The final task is to refine is the TITLE of the paper
  • Include your references in APA style as usual (http://student.csu.edu.au/study/referencing-at-csu)
  • Ensure that the Journal paper is your own work and has not been submitted elsewhere and complies with the University's requirements for academic integrity.
  • Post a message about your Journal Synopsis paper on the Discussion Forum to share with your lecturer and peers.
  • Your lecturer will advise further on how the format can be modified to suit the nature of your work.

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