RES850 Strategic Points Draft

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Original Research 10 Strategic Points Draft


In the prospectus, proposal and dissertation there are ten key or strategic points that need to be clear, simple, correct, and aligned to ensure the research is doable, valuable, and credible. These points, which provide a guide or vision for the research. The ten strategic points emerge from researching literature on a topic, which is based on or aligned with, the defined need in the literature as well as the researcher's personal passion, future career purpose, and degree area. You have practiced identifying the ten points in published studies, the next required skill is to define the ten points for an original as yet conducted research study. In this assignment, you will consider a potential gap in the literature that is emerging from your ongoing reading in your field of interest including

including no less than five specific research studies, and you will draft the 10 Strategic Points for a potential dissertation research study based on that identified gap.

General Requirements:

Use the following information to ensure successful completion of the assignment:

Directions:

Consider a potential gap in the literature that is emerging from your ongoing reading in your field of interest including no less than five specific research studies. Using the information from those research studies, state the potential gap that you identified and describe how it emerged from the studies you read.

Based on that identified gap, draft the 10 Strategic Points for a potential dissertation research study.

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Original Research 10 Strategic Points Draft In the prospectus, proposal and dissertation there are ten key or strategic points that need to be clear, simple, correct, and aligned to ensure the research is doable, valuable, and credible. These points, which provide a guide or vision for the research. The ten strategic points emerge from researching literature on a topic, which is based on or aligned with, the defined need in the literature as well as the researcher's personal passion, future career purpose, and degree area. You have practiced identifying the ten points in published studies, the next required skill is to define the ten points for an original as yet conducted research study. In this assignment, you will consider a potential gap in the literature that is emerging from your ongoing reading in your field of interest including including no less than five specific research studies, and you will draft the 10 Strategic Points for a potential dissertation research study based on that identified gap. General Requirements: Use the following information to ensure successful completion of the assignment: • Important note: Successful completion of this assignment does not indicate that this topic and the related 10 Strategic Points have been approved for use as your dissertation research study topic. • Locate and download "10 Strategic Points Template with Instructions" located in the DC (https://dc.gcu.edu/dissertation/dissertationtemplates/10_strategic_points_template/strategicpointstemplatewithinstructions2014docx) and use it to complete this assignment. • This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion. • Doctoral learners are required to use APA style for their writing assignments. The APA Style Guide is located in the Student Success Center. • You are required to submit this assignment to LopesWrite. Directions: Consider a potential gap in the literature that is emerging from your ongoing reading in your field of interest including no less than five specific research studies. Using the information from those research studies, state the potential gap that you identified and describe how it emerged from the studies you read. Based on that identified gap, draft the 10 Strategic Points for a potential dissertation research study. RUBRIC Attempt Start Date: 17-Jan-2019 at 12:00:00 AM Due Date: 06-Feb-2019 at 11:59:59 PM Maximum Points: 240.0 Course Code RES-850 Class Code RES-850-O500 Criteria Criteria Percentage 100.0% TOPIC: Provides a board research topic area/title. 10.0% LITERATURE REVIEW: Lists primary points for four sections in the Literature Review: (a) Background of the problem/gap and the need for the study based on citations from the literature; (b) Theoretical foundations (models and theories to be foundation for study); (c) Review of 10.0% PROBLEM STATEMENT: Describes the problem to address through the study based on defined gaps or needs from the literature. 10.0% SAMPLE AND LOCATION: Identifies sample, needed sample size, and location (study phenomenon with small numbers and variables/groups with large numbers). 10.0% RESEARCH QUESTIONS: Provides research questions to collect data needed to address the problem statement. 10.0% HYPOTHESIS/VARIABLES OR PHENOMENA: Provides hypotheses with variables for each research question (quantitative) or describes the phenomena to be better understood (qualitative). 10.0% METHODOLOGY AND DESIGN: Describes the selected methodology and specific research design to address problem statement and research questions. 10.0% PURPOSE STATEMENT: Provides one sentence statement of purpose including the problem statement, methodology, design, population sample, and location. 10.0% DATA COLLECTION: Describes primary instruments and sources of data to answer research questions. 10.0% DATA ANALYSIS: Describes the specific data analysis approaches to be used to address research questions. 10.0% Total Weightage 100% Original Research 10 Strategic Points Draft 0: Not Present (0.00%) Item is not present Item is not present Item is not present Item is not present Item is not present Item is not present Item is not present Item is not present Item is not present Item is not present 240.0 1: Does not meet Expectations (74.00%) Not all components are present. Large gaps are present in the components that leave the reader with significant questions. Not all components are present. Large gaps are present in the components that leave the reader with significant questions. Not all components are present. Large gaps are present in the components that leave the reader with significant questions. Not all components are present. Large gaps are present in the components that leave the reader with significant questions. Not all components are present. Large gaps are present in the components that leave the reader with significant questions. Not all components are present. Large gaps are present in the components that leave the reader with significant questions. Not all components are present. Large gaps are present in the components that leave the reader with significant questions. Not all components are present. Large gaps are present in the components that leave the reader with significant questions. Not all components are present. Large gaps are present in the components that leave the reader with significant questions. Not all components are present. Large gaps are present in the components that leave the reader with significant questions. 2: Approaching Meeting Expectations (87.00%) Component is present and adequate. Small gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is present and adequate. Small gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is present and adequate. Small gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is present and adequate. Small gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is present and adequate. Small gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is present and adequate. Small gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is present and adequate. Small gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is present and adequate. Small gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is present and adequate. Small gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is present and adequate. Small gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. 3: Meets Expectations (100.00%) Component is addressed clearly and comprehensively. No gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is addressed clearly and comprehensively. No gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is addressed clearly and comprehensively. No gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is addressed clearly and comprehensively. No gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is addressed clearly and comprehensively. No gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is addressed clearly and comprehensively. No gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Comments Component is addressed clearly and comprehensively. No gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is addressed clearly and comprehensively. No gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is addressed clearly and comprehensively. No gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is addressed clearly and comprehensively. No gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Points Earned ...
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