To cite an online source, provide the following information in this order and format:
Name of author/agency. Title of document. URL. Accessed month and date, year.
Example: National Cancer Institute. Cancer Health Disparities. www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/types/disparities. Accessed September 15, 2008.
10%: Technical Writing, Organization, and Communication
Full credit for strong, grammatically correct technical writing, clear organization of report, easy to read figures and tables, and meaningful and compelling reasoning.
50%: Qualitative Analysis and Synthesis
Full credit for technically sophisticated summaries and explanations that are written in your own words, and demonstrate clear understanding of concepts presented in the paper.
20%: Literature Search
Full credit for finding the 2 references that are from scholarly journals that your articlereferenced from the last 5 years, and including a summary of each referenced article.
10% Published correctly and high-resolution picture relates well to article chosen.
10% All three article citations use correct JNEB reference style.
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