Software Development Capstone Project
Apply all the skills you have learned to work through the challenging and rewarding task of designing a full-stack system.
There is one session available:
About this course.
In this project course, the final course in the Software Development MicroMasters program , you will learn how to input, manipulate, and return data with a modern web development stack. Using TypeScript and Node, you will manipulate large amounts of information using a domain-specific querying language. Backend, REST, and front-end technologies will be required to successfully complete the project.
In teams, students will work through the project in several sprints. In each sprint, students will produce a deliverable that is evaluated using an automated test suite. The feedback you will receive from this suite will be limited. To succeed at the project you will need to create your own private test suite to further validate each deliverable.
By working through such a large-scale development project, you will learn technical development skills, and gain experience with how teams develop software in the industry.
This is the largest project in the Software Development MicroMasters program. Verified learners will have access to greatly increased staff coaching to help complete the project.
At a glance
- Institution: UBCx
- Subject: Computer Science
- Level: Advanced
- How to Code: Simple Data
- How to Code: Complex Data
- Software Construction: Data Abstraction
- Software Construction: Object-Oriented Design
- Engineering: Introduction
- Language: English
- Video Transcript: English
- MicroMasters ® Program in Software Development
What you'll learn
- Full-stack web development using Typescript and Node.js
- How teams of developers build software
- Agile methodology
- Hands on experience building a non-trivial software system
About the instructors
Ways to take this course, interested in this course for your business or team.
Chapter 1(Research Description) Capstone Project Guidelines and Sample
Chapter 1 research description.
– serves as the engine that drives all the rest of the documents. Once a word or phrase is substantiated, use the exact word or phrase throughout the thesis or capstone project.
Email: [email protected]
2 thoughts on “Chapter 1(Research Description) Capstone Project Guidelines and Sample”
Hello po good evening ask lang po sana ng tulong kong anung Thesis Proposal para sa katulad kong student. Salmat po,.
Sir any info po about sa Theory of the study need ko lng po ng deeper info po
Leave a Comment Cancel reply
Capstone Project Documentation Chapter 1 Sample Template
Uploaded by, document information, available formats, share this document, share or embed document, sharing options.
- Share on Facebook, opens a new window Facebook
- Share on Twitter, opens a new window Twitter
- Share on LinkedIn, opens a new window LinkedIn
- Share with Email, opens mail client Email
- Copy Link Copy Link
Did you find this document useful?
Is this content inappropriate, reward your curiosity.
- Share on Facebook, opens a new window
- Share on Twitter, opens a new window
- Share on LinkedIn, opens a new window
- Share with Email, opens mail client
Activate your 30 day free trial to unlock unlimited reading.
Writing Chapters 1, 2, 3 of the Capstone Project Proposal Manuscript
You are reading a preview.
Activate your 30 day free trial to continue reading.
Check these out next
Download to read offline
More Related Content
Slideshows for you (20).
Viewers also liked (20)
Similar to Writing Chapters 1, 2, 3 of the Capstone Project Proposal Manuscript (20)
Recently uploaded (20)
- 1. Writing Chapters 1, 2, and 3 of the Research Proposal Presented by: Sheryl B. Satorre
- 2. What makes a GOOD research proposal? <ul><li>Relevance, either to the work of the funding body or to the student’s course. </li></ul><ul><li>The research is unique, or offers new insight or development. </li></ul><ul><li>The title, aims and objectives are all clear and succinct. </li></ul><ul><li>Comprehensive and thorough background research and literature review has been undertaken. </li></ul>01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
- 3. <ul><li>There is a good match between the issues to be addressed and the approach being adopted. </li></ul><ul><li>The researcher demonstrates relevant background knowledge and/or experience. </li></ul><ul><li>Timetable, resources and budget have all been worked out thoroughly, with most eventualities covered. </li></ul><ul><li>Useful policy and practice implications. </li></ul>01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
- 4. Reasons Why Research Proposals FAIL <ul><li>Aims and objectives are unclear or vague. </li></ul><ul><li>There is a mismatch between the approach being adopted and the issues to be addressed. </li></ul><ul><li>The overall plan is too ambitious and difficult to achieve in the timescale. </li></ul><ul><li>The researcher does not seem to have conducted enough in-depth background research. </li></ul><ul><li>Problem is of insufficient importance. </li></ul>01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
- 5. <ul><li>Information about the data collection is insufficiently detailed. </li></ul><ul><li>Information about the data analysis method is insufficiently detailed. </li></ul><ul><li>Timescale is inappropriate or unrealistic. </li></ul><ul><li>Resources and budget have not been carefully thought out. </li></ul><ul><li>This topic has been done too many times before – indicates a lack in background research. </li></ul>01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
- 6. PROBLEM <ul><li>any significant, perplexing and challenging situation, real or artificial, the solution of which requires reflective thinking </li></ul><ul><li>a perplexing situation after it has been translated into a question or series of questions that help the direction of subsequent inquiry </li></ul>01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
- 7. Elements of a Research Problem <ul><li>Aim or purpose of the problem for investigation. This answers the question “Why?” </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Why is there an investigation, inquiry or study? </li></ul></ul><ul><li>The subject matter or topic to be investigated. This answers the question “What?” </li></ul><ul><ul><li>What is to be investigated or studied? </li></ul></ul>01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
- 8. <ul><li>The place or locale where the research is to be conducted. This answers the question “Where?” </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Where is the study to be conducted? </li></ul></ul><ul><li>The period or time of the study during which the data are to be gathered. This answers the question “When?” </li></ul><ul><ul><li>When is the study to be carried out? </li></ul></ul>01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
- 9. <ul><li>Population or universe from whom the data are to be collected. This answers the question “Who?” “From whom?” </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Who are the respondents? </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>From whom are the data to be gathered? </li></ul></ul>01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
- 10. Characteristics of a Research Problem 01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre Specific Achievable Realistic Time-bound Measurable
- 11. <ul><li>Specific: The problem should be specifically stated. </li></ul><ul><li>Measurable: It is easy to measure by using research instruments, apparatus, or equipment. </li></ul><ul><li>Achievable: Solutions to a research problem are achievable or feasible. </li></ul><ul><li>Realistic: Real results are attained because they are gathered scientifically and not manipulated or maneuvered. </li></ul><ul><li>Time-bound: Time frame is required in every activity because the shorter completion of the activity, the better. </li></ul>01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
- 12. Sources of Research Problem <ul><li>Specialization of the researcher </li></ul><ul><li>Current and Past Researches </li></ul><ul><li>Recommendations from theses, dissertations, and research journals </li></ul><ul><li>Original and creative ideas of the researcher based on the problems met in the locality and country </li></ul>01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
- 13. Criteria of a Good Research Problem <ul><li>Interesting </li></ul><ul><li>Innovative </li></ul><ul><li>Cost-effective </li></ul><ul><li>Relevant to the needs and problems of the people </li></ul><ul><li>Relevant to government’s thrusts </li></ul><ul><li>Measurable and time-bound </li></ul>01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
- 14. Guidelines in Writing the Research Title <ul><li>Research Title must be reflective of its problem. </li></ul><ul><li>It must answer the following questions: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>What question will answer the following </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>What are you trying to investigate? </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>What are you trying to find out, determine or discover? </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Who question will answer who are the respondents or subjects of the study. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Where question will indicate the research locale, setting or the place where the research study is conducted. </li></ul></ul>01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
- 15. Components of a Capstone Project Proposal Manuscript <ul><li>Chapter I – Introduction </li></ul><ul><li>Chapter II – Review of Related Literature </li></ul><ul><li>Chapter III – Technical Background </li></ul><ul><li>Chapter IV – Methodology </li></ul>01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
- 16. Chapter I - Introduction <ul><li>Project Context </li></ul><ul><li>Purpose and Description of the Project </li></ul><ul><li>Objectives of the Project </li></ul><ul><li>Scope and Limitations of the Project </li></ul>01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
- 17. Project Context <ul><li>(must be at least 2 pages of presentation and discussions of…) </li></ul><ul><li>The proponent should introduce the presentation of the problem, that is, what is the problem is all about. The proponent should describe the existing and prevailing problem situation based on his or her experience. This scope may be global, national, or regional and local. </li></ul>01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
- 18. <ul><li>The proponent should give strong justification for selecting such research problem in his/her capacity as a researcher. Being part of the organization or systems and the desire and concern to improve the systems. </li></ul><ul><li>The researcher state a sentence or two that would show the link and relationship of the rationale of the study to the proposed research problem. </li></ul>01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
- 19. Purpose and Description of the Project <ul><li>What is the function of your project? </li></ul><ul><li>What is good in your project? </li></ul><ul><li>What makes your project unique, innovative, and relevant? </li></ul>01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
- 20. Guidelines in Formulating the Objectives of the Project: <ul><li>Start with the General Objective which is very parallel to the project title. </li></ul><ul><li>Explode the general objective into Specific Objectives that will help realize the proposed study. </li></ul><ul><li>Objectives should be SMART </li></ul>01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
- 21. Scope and Limitations of the Project <ul><li>Think the project scope as a box . High-level scope defines the sides of the box and separates what is relevant to your project from what is irrelevant. </li></ul><ul><li>The scope refers to the work that needs to be accomplished to deliver a product, service, or result with the specified features and functions. </li></ul><ul><li>The scope explains the nature, coverage, and time frame of the study </li></ul>01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
- 22. <ul><li>The limitation , on the other hand, explains all that are NOT included in your project. </li></ul><ul><li>In other words, the scope of the project gives an overview all the deliverables (i.e. the things that your project gives/delivers) , and the tools and technologies used that will be used in the project development while the limitations of the project are the boundaries of the project (i.e. areas/things that are out of scope) . </li></ul>01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
- 23. Chapter II – Review of Related Literature 01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre A survey or review of related literature and studies is very important because such reviews literature and studies serve as a foundation of the proposed study. This is because related literature and studies guide the researcher in pursuing his research venture.
- 24. The following are the different ways on how the review of related literature and studies help as a guide to the researcher: <ul><li>They help or guide the researcher in searching for or selecting a better research problem or topic. </li></ul><ul><li>They help the investigator understand his topic for research better. </li></ul><ul><li>They ensure that there will be no duplication of other studies. </li></ul>01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
- 25. <ul><li>They help and guide the researcher in locating more sources of related information. </li></ul><ul><li>They help the researcher in making his research design. </li></ul><ul><li>They help and guide the researcher in making comparison between his findings with the findings of other researchers on similar studies with the end in view of formulating generalizations or principles which are the contributions of the study to the fund of knowledge. </li></ul>01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
- 26. Characteristics of Related Literature and Studies <ul><li>The surveyed materials must be as recent as possible. </li></ul><ul><li>Materials reviewed must be objective and unbiased. </li></ul><ul><li>Materials surveyed must be relevant to the study. </li></ul><ul><li>Surveyed materials must have been based upon genuinely original and true facts or data to make them valid and reliable. </li></ul><ul><li>Reviewed materials must not be too few or too many. </li></ul>01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
- 27. Sources of Related Literature and Studies <ul><li>Books, encyclopedias, almanacs, and other similar references </li></ul><ul><li>Articles published in journals, magazines, periodicals, newspapers, and other publications. </li></ul><ul><li>Manuscripts, monographs, memoirs, speeches, letters, and diaries </li></ul><ul><li>Unpublished theses and dissertations </li></ul>01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
- 28. <ul><li>The Constitution, and laws and statues of the land </li></ul><ul><li>Bulletins, circulars, and orders emanating from government offices and departments, especially from the Office of the President of the Philippines and the Department of Education </li></ul><ul><li>Records of schools, public and private, especially reports of their activities </li></ul><ul><li>Official reports of all kinds, educational, social, economic, scientific, technological, political, etc. from the government and other entities </li></ul><ul><li>Articles from the Internet </li></ul>01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
- 29. Where to locate related literature and studies? <ul><li>Libraries, either government, school or private libraries </li></ul><ul><li>Government and private offices </li></ul><ul><li>The National Library </li></ul><ul><li>The Library of Education </li></ul><ul><li>The Internet </li></ul>01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
- 30. Review of Related Literature <ul><li>This portion of the proposal manuscript contains presentations and discussions of the following two (2) components: </li></ul><ul><li>Related Theories </li></ul><ul><li>Related Projects </li></ul>01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
- 31. Guidelines in Writing the Review of Related Systems <ul><li>Related Theories </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Outline first, starting off with an anchor theory </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Supporting theories help elaborate the anchor theory </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Endnoting and footnoting is important which follows correct bibliography entry </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Fluidity and continuity should be observed </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><li>Related Projects </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Overview of the current system/project </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Inventory of every related and existing projects/systems </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Fluidity and continuity should be observed </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Comparative matrix may be more appropriate </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Screen shots help make the presentation believable </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>May consider 3 to 6 related studies/projects </li></ul></ul></ul>01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
- 32. Chapter III – Technical Background <ul><li>Guidelines in Writing the Technical Background: </li></ul><ul><li>Overview of the current technologies (hardware/software/network) used in the current system </li></ul><ul><li>Discussions on the current trends and technologies to be used in developing and implementing the proposed system </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>HARDWARE </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>SOFTWARE </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>PEOPLEWARE </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>NETWORK </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><li>Fluidity and continuity should be observed </li></ul>01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
- 33. Thank you 01/07/12 Prepared by: SB Satorre
Public clipboards featuring this slide, select another clipboard.
Looks like you’ve clipped this slide to already.
You just clipped your first slide!
Create a clipboard
Get slideshare without ads, special offer to slideshare readers, just for you: free 60-day trial to the world’s largest digital library..
The SlideShare family just got bigger. Enjoy access to millions of ebooks, audiobooks, magazines, and more from Scribd.
You have now unlocked unlimited access to 20M+ documents!
Learn faster and smarter from top experts
Download to take your learnings offline and on the go
Instant access to millions of ebooks, audiobooks, magazines, podcasts and more.
Read and listen offline with any device.
Free access to premium services like Tuneln, Mubi and more.
Help us keep SlideShare free
It appears that you have an ad-blocker running. By whitelisting SlideShare on your ad-blocker, you are supporting our community of content creators.
Online Programming Lessons, Tutorials and Capstone Project guide
Chapter 1 Research Guidelines
- What is a Research or Capstone Project?
Table of Contents
Why Research is important?
How to write the chapter 1 research or capstone, what are the parts of chapter 1.
A research or capstone project is an intensive, in-depth study of a particular topic. It is usually completed by students in their final year of study, and involves a significant amount of research and writing. A research or capstone project typically requires students to critically examine a particular issue or problem, and to develop and defend a solution or recommendations.
A research or capstone project can be a valuable tool for students in their academic careers. It can help them develop skills such as critical thinking, problem solving, and writing. It can also provide them with an understanding of the complex issues that are facing society today.
Research and capstone projects are an important part of information technology. They allow students to apply what they have learned in the classroom to real-world scenarios. Computer programming, database design, concepts of software engineering and systems analysis and design are some of the topics they need to integrate in their research project. Research projects can help students develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills, while capstone projects give students the opportunity to design and implement a new system or application.
We can better grasp our surroundings thanks to research. It enables us to learn new things and validate or reject previously held beliefs. Research is important for businesses as well because they need to stay current with changes in their field to remain competitive. Of course, research is essential for scientists and medical experts who need to understand how to study the natural world and treat patients. In other words, if it weren’t for study, we wouldn’t know a lot of crucial things about our daily life.
Research is crucial in information technology for a variety of reasons. First, it’s essential to ensure that emerging technologies are both efficient and secure. Second, research can aid in the creation of novel applications for current technologies that corporations and governments can use. Third, research can be used to find issues with current technological systems and create solutions. Finally, research can help to explain information technology concepts so that the general public can more easily understand them.
In order to ensure that the influence of information technology is beneficial and long-lasting, research is crucial. In order to employ the technology and advancements that are currently available, corporations, governments, and the general public must have access to the best research available.
The first chapter of a research paper is the most crucial. You should state your idea here as well as describe your topic and give some background information.
The chapter 1 should be interesting and clearly state the objective of your work for the reader. Include a solid thesis statement that summarizes the essential aspects of your argument.
Our learners also read : List of Capstone Project Titles for Information Technology
This section of the article will enumerate, discuss and give example of the parts and components of chapter 1 in research or capstone project.
Introduction – The purpose of the Introduction is to introduce the topic of the research, give a short summary of what is known about it, and point out the gaps in that knowledge that the research will seek to address and answer.
Through educational tools that can be seen and heard, technology-assisted approaches in the classroom give teachers and students worthwhile experiences. Computers could be employed in educational institutions to offer lessons and solve problems. Students should employ information technology (IT) throughout the curriculum. Schools use computer-assisted educational applications like game programs, simulations, drill and practice programs, and tutorials. This educational program can be used to gain information, skills, and understanding in a certain field. The program must be simple to use, aid students in their learning, and be simple to comprehend and apply.
With the help of the aforementioned data, the researchers will carry out research on learning management systems that will assist the academic community of Integrated School in continuing to provide for their students’ needs and pursuing the learning process in an online environment in order to fulfill their institution’s vision and mission.
Objectives of the Study – The goals that the researcher wishes to achieve with his or her research are called the objectives of the study. Usually, they are crafted at the start (chapter 1) of the research process and give a clear, concise direction for the research. There are two broad types of objectives in Information Technology research and capstone project: research objectives and system based objectives.
- Student information module
- Faculty information module
- Subjects module
- Test and Exam module
- Lecture materials banking module
- The study aimed to evaluate the system in terms of functionality, reliability, usability, and efficiency based on McCall’s Software Quality Model.
Significance of the Study – Explaining how a research study will add to the body of knowledge in a certain field is the objective of the significance of a study. It should answer the question of why the study is being conducted as well as the question of what it will add to the previous research that has been done.
The proposed online learning platform would be a highly helpful tool for the school’s administration and teachers, as well as for the students and learners there, as it would create a central repository for educational resources. Everyone should recognize the value of internet learning. The solution under consideration also has the benefit of quick information delivery and a coordinated strategy. The relevant stakeholders would be reassured that education will continue despite the challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic with the adoption of the suggested approach.
Because they offer a framework and structure for providing information and evaluations, eLearning systems are crucial. They also make it possible to monitor progress and guarantee that students have access to the things they require when they require it. The ability to build and manage courses as well as provide content to learners in a variety of ways is provided by eLearning systems. They also give students the chance to communicate with teachers and the course material. In general, eLearning platforms offer learners an effective and economical means to get content and evaluations.
Scope and Limitation – In research, determining the limits of the study in terms of what is included in the investigation and what is not is the objective of both the Scope and the Limitations area. This is essential since it assists in organizing the research and helps to ensure that the results are accurate and pertinent to the situation.
The features and content that users can access and utilize as part of an e-learning system are all included in its scope. An e-learning system has restrictions when it comes to some features or content that users cannot access or use. For instance, if a user is not authorized to access it or if the content is not part of the e-learning system, they may not be able to access it. Additionally, certain users may not be able to access some elements of e-learning systems. For instance, a student might not be able to access any of the content in an e-learning system until after completing the required training, whereas a teacher might be able to access all of the content in the system. Finally, due to the nature of the technology, e-learning systems may have certain fundamental restrictions. An e-learning system, for instance, might not be able to offer consumers a high-quality experience if it cannot display video or graphics in high resolution formats. The exact features and goals outlined by the system’s designer ultimately determine the scope and restrictions of an e-learning system.
Definition of Terms – In a research paper, the objective of providing the reader with a clear and concise explanation of the major concepts, theories, and variables that will be used throughout the paper is to fulfil the function of the definition of terms section. Accuracy is one of a good definition’s key characteristics. The researcher can be confident that their findings are precise and pertinent by making sure that the terms are properly specified. In addition, the terms are defined in two ways; conceptually and operationally.
Planner. Conceptually defined as a person who makes decisions about how something will be done in the future (dictionary.cambridge.org).
Operationally defined as a system that helps give idea to the agriculture students for decision-making.
Management . Conceptually, it is is the act of managing or the conducting or supervising of something (www.merriamwebster.com).
Operationally, it is a way of processing something with an enough plans and a unique ideas to improve the process.
Crops . Conceptually defined as a plant or plant product that can be grown and harvested extensively for profit or subsistence (www.britannica.com).
Operationally defined as the available plant used by the Agriculture Department.
In this article, we have presented to you what is a research or capstone project, why research is important and provided an explanation on the components of the chapter 1. Example for each part of the chapter 1 was also provided to you in this article and we hope that you could use this material to craft the chapter 1 of your research and capstone project.
You may visit our Facebook page for more information, inquiries, and comments. Please subscribe also to our YouTube Channel to receive free capstone projects resources and computer programming tutorials.
Hire our team to do the project.
- 50 Best Django Project Ideas
- Best Game Python Project Ideas
Wedding guest management system free source code, mother tongue mobile based education app, employee performance evaluation system database design.
Your browser is ancient! Upgrade to a different browser or install Google Chrome Frame to experience this site.
Capstone Project | Explained step by step with examples
Help with your capstone project.
Taking on a Bachelor’s or a Master’s degree with a Capstone Project means switching to an entirely different writing style than you may have used in the past. While you may be used to academic writing and parsing through scholarly journals, writing a thesis or dissertation is an entirely different process.
At some colleges and universities, there is no difference between the words “thesis” and “Capstone Project”, but generally these are five-chapter papers that explore a new and original research topic. Nonetheless, both types of papers amount to the same writing process.
Chapter 1 is the introduction:
The purpose for the research should not be a mystery: begin the section with a one-sentence research problem statement that includes the variables studied. Follow the purpose of the research with a description of the background and the significance of the problem. Include the impact of the problem at the location where the research will be taking place and three or four research questions.
Chapter 2, the literature review:
This describes the history of the topic and key literature sources, illustrates major issues and refines focus to indicate research questions. The purpose of this chapter is to provide a broad picture of the literature, including analysis of any studies encompassing the scope of the entire applied research project.
Chapter 3 is the methodology:
Can be either qualitative or quantitative. Provide a rationale for using the particular methodology—either for the entire applied research project or for each specific research question. For a thesis, this will require outlining your step-by-step means of gathering data. For a dissertation, this may involve showing how you have found your data in the literature or from government records.
In Chapter 4, your findings are outlined:
You need to explain every piece of information you have collected in detail, and if there were any problems in the data.
Finally, Chapter 5 is where you draw your conclusions.
Provide your reader with deep analysis of what your data means in the real world, and how it might lead to change.
Developing your first draft
Using your outline, work through the paper from beginning to end. Normally, the opening paragraph should ‘hook’ the reader, contain your thesis statement, and explain what you are going to do in the paper so that the reader knows what to expect.
Be careful to link your subsequent sections to your main argument, make them substantive and persuasive. Importantly, however, avoid exaggeration. Do not overstate your points in ways that are clearly not supported by evidence. Be clear about what is known and what is not known. Recognize complexity but always stay with your main argument.
A paragraph is a means of developing and framing an idea or impression. As a general rule, you should address only one major idea per paragraph. Keep in mind that the divisions between paragraphs aren’t random, but indicate a shift in focus. In other words, you must carefully and clearly organize the order of your paragraphs so that they are logically positioned throughout your paper.
If you are having trouble coming up with arguments for your Capstone Project, let us help you by doing the research for you.
The closing should pull the whole discussion together, reinforcing your main Capstone Project points, and perhaps provoke further thought. It is often best to prepare the research and outline well, then to sit down and write the first draft all at once, and worry about refining it later. The simplest and most basic conclusion is one that restates the thesis in different words and then discusses its implications.
Writing your paper with originality
Many students make the mistake of thinking that the content of their paper is all that matters. Although the content is vitally important, it will not mean much if the reader cannot understand what you are trying to say. You may have some great ideas in your paper but if you cannot effectively communicate them you will not receive a very good grade.
Diction is the style of how you write. This refers to the way in which you create and communicate your ideas. How you construct and deliver your message is just as important as all of the facts within your term paper. This means that you need to write for clarity as well as accuracy. The challenge seems to be that many students think that they need to be able to utilize ten-dollar words and imagery in order to really impress their professors. To the contrary, your professor will be impressed if you can get your message across quickly and effectively. You will be penalized if you use words incorrectly or for no reason except to pad your Capstone Project.
Writing in an original fashion means that you need to think and plan ahead. Writing your paper at the last minute will not give you the time you need to be able to do the research you need to make your term paper stand out from the crowd. Make sure that you begin your research right away when you are assigned your paper so that you can get ahead of the game.
Editing your paper
Be sure to leave enough time for editing: editing should take about 20 percent of the time allotted. While writing varies, it takes about 20 hours of research, eight hours to write, and seven hours to edit and proof a ten-page paper properly and thoroughly, and longer for Capstone Projects that are expected to be 25 pages or more.
To edit your Capstone Project, reread each page out loud to ensure a logical flow of information and clarity. Ensure you explain yourself well and that every paragraph, in some way, serves to support the thesis and draw the reader towards your conclusions.
We’re here to help. If you need assistance in getting through all of these steps, we can help you succeed on your Capstone Project. Contact us!
________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ At Custom Essay our experienced Native English-Speaking MA & PhD writers can help with Essay Writing in every subject area, Term Papers, Book Reports, Research Papers, Thesis, Editorials, Dissertations, Admission Essays, Program Admissions, Creative Writing, Course Note Summaries, Blog Posts, Case Studies, SWOT Analysis, Proposals, Personal Statements, Resumes, Letters, Cover Letters, Academic Writing, Literature Reviews, Annotated Bibliography, Business Plans, Capstone Project, Autobiography, Scholarship essay, ghostwriting, Reflection paper, Essay outline, Essay outline guide, write my paper, Homework Help, How to cite a poem, Custom essay, All citation styles including APA & MLA style essay, write my essay, write my essay online, Data analyses, Accounting, Financial Analyses, and Whatever else you need....
Capstone Documentation, Summaries for Capstone Design
Partial preview of the text, document preview, related documents, get ready for your exams with the best study resources, description:.
According to Michael Hart, the founder of Project Gutenberg, the U.S. Declaration of Independence was the first document posted by Project Gutenberg. The University of Illinois’ Xerox Sigma V mainframe computer was one of ARPANET’s 15 nodes...
Changing the background on an electronic document before printing or using a staining liquid for hard copies will make paper look old. There are a number of different methods that will give paper an aged look.
Apply all the skills you have learned to work through the challenging and rewarding task of designing a full-stack system. Apply all the skills you have learned to work through the challenging and rewarding task of designing a full-stack sy...
This is one of the most requested capstone-related topics from me and now let me share with ... Capstone Project Documentation - Chapter One.
Chapter 1 Research Description · The researcher must describe its prevailing issues based on his experience when introducing the research problem
Additional materials for your schoolworks and assignments. polytechnic university of the philippines chapter introduction project context (background of
Capstone Project Documentation Chapter 1 Sample Template - Free download as Word Doc (.doc / .docx), PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or read online for
Writing Chapters 1, 2, and 3 of the Research Proposal Presented by: Sheryl B. Satorre.
A research or capstone project is an intensive, in-depth study of a particular topic. It is usually completed by students in their final
The purpose for the research should not be a mystery: begin the section with a one-sentence research problem statement that
Summary of progress. • Meeting review: Helpful/Not ... Client need and project goal. (with timeline).
CAPSTONE PROJECT MANUAL. 1. FOREWORD. Alcorn State University Office of Graduate ... Appendix N: Sample Chapter II Review of Literature .
Download Summaries - Capstone Documentation | Cavite State University ... List of Notations Chapter I: Introduction 1.1 Project Context 1.2