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Spreadsheet Matrix Assignment

As Feak and Swales demonstrate, one useful way to observe trends in your sources is to place them into a spreadsheet or matrix, identifying key features of each text and their stance on variables that are important for your project (see Telling a Research Story pp. 13 and 15 for examples). Organizing your sources in this way can help you to:

  • Get a “bird’s eye view” of your literature;
  • Make connections between sources that we might not otherwise see;
  • Avoid getting trapped in low-level comparisons; and
  • Identify common threads in highly complex and diverse bodies of sources. (Telling a Research Story 17)

Part 1

For this assignment, you will make an Excel spreadsheet of no less than 20 of your sources, following the model in Telling a Research Story p. 13. That is, you must include fields for: principal author’s last name, year, and source (i.e. journal, book, or website title). Then, you must add fields for at least two variables that are consistent across your sources and are relevant for your project. In the example, perspective, field, and provenance all function as variable fields. Note that the data in these fields is standardized: terms are used repeatedly and consistently across entries so that the data can be sorted. You should choose variable categories that will allow you to input this sort of data.

Part 2

After you have compiled your spreadsheet, play around with sorting your data in different ways: chronologically, by variable, even by publication. What patterns or trends do you see? Write a >300-word reflection (in Word) on the experience of compiling your sources in this way, and what the exercise let you see (and not see) that will help you in thinking about your literature review.

Compress your Excel file and your Word document into a single ZIP .

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ssignment

As Feak and Swales demonstrate, one useful way to observe trends in your sources is to place them into a spreadsheet or matrix, identifying key features of each text and their stance on variables that are important for your project (see Telling a Research Story pp. 13 and 15 for examples). Organizing your sources in this way can help you to:

  • Get a “bird’s eye view” of your literature;
  • Make connections between sources that we might not otherwise see;
  • Avoid getting trapped in low-level comparisons; and
  • Identify common threads in highly complex and diverse bodies of sources. (Telling a Research Story 17)

Part 1

For this assignment, you will make an Excel spreadsheet of no less than 20 of your sources, following the model in Telling a Research Story p. 13. That is, you must include fields for: principal author’s last name, year, and source (i.e. journal, book, or website title). Then, you must add fields for at least two variables that are consistent across your sources and are relevant for your project. In the example, perspective, field, and provenance all function as variable fields. Note that the data in these fields is standardized: terms are used repeatedly and consistently across entries so that the data can be sorted. You should choose variable categories that will allow you to input this sort of data.

Part 2

After you have compiled your spreadsheet, play around with sorting your data in different ways: chronologically, by variable, even by publication. What patterns or trends do you see? Write a >300-word reflection (in Word) on the experience of compiling your sources in this way, and what the exercise let you see (and not see) that will help you in thinking about your literature review.

Compress your Excel file and your Word document into a single ZIP .

  • attachment

    annotatedbibliography.docx

 

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My project idea about ( why university use the hybrid class ?) you will find in the attachment 35 references that you should use it with this assignment.

Spreadsheet Matrix A

My project idea about ( why university use the hybrid class ?) you will find in the attachment 35 references that you should use it with this assignment.

Spreadsheet Matrix Assignment

As Feak and Swales demonstrate, one useful way to observe trends in your sources is to place them into a spreadsheet or matrix, identifying key features of each text and their stance on variables that are important for your project (see Telling a Research Story pp. 13 and 15 for examples). Organizing your sources in this way can help you to:

  • Get a “bird’s eye view” of your literature;
  • Make connections between sources that we might not otherwise see;
  • Avoid getting trapped in low-level comparisons; and
  • Identify common threads in highly complex and diverse bodies of sources. (Telling a Research Story 17)

Part 1

For this assignment, you will make an Excel spreadsheet of no less than 20 of your sources, following the model in Telling a Research Story p. 13. That is, you must include fields for: principal author’s last name, year, and source (i.e. journal, book, or website title). Then, you must add fields for at least two variables that are consistent across your sources and are relevant for your project. In the example, perspective, field, and provenance all function as variable fields. Note that the data in these fields is standardized: terms are used repeatedly and consistently across entries so that the data can be sorted. You should choose variable categories that will allow you to input this sort of data.

Part 2

After you have compiled your spreadsheet, play around with sorting your data in different ways: chronologically, by variable, even by publication. What patterns or trends do you see? Write a >300-word reflection (in Word) on the experience of compiling your sources in this way, and what the exercise let you see (and not see) that will help you in thinking about your literature review.

Compress your Excel file and your Word document into a single ZIP .

  • attachment

    annotatedbibliography.docx

ssignment

As Feak and Swales demonstrate, one useful way to observe trends in your sources is to place them into a spreadsheet or matrix, identifying key features of each text and their stance on variables that are important for your project (see Telling a Research Story pp. 13 and 15 for examples). Organizing your sources in this way can help you to:

  • Get a “bird’s eye view” of your literature;
  • Make connections between sources that we might not otherwise see;
  • Avoid getting trapped in low-level comparisons; and
  • Identify common threads in highly complex and diverse bodies of sources. (Telling a Research Story 17)

Part 1

For this assignment, you will make an Excel spreadsheet of no less than 20 of your sources, following the model in Telling a Research Story p. 13. That is, you must include fields for: principal author’s last name, year, and source (i.e. journal, book, or website title). Then, you must add fields for at least two variables that are consistent across your sources and are relevant for your project. In the example, perspective, field, and provenance all function as variable fields. Note that the data in these fields is standardized: terms are used repeatedly and consistently across entries so that the data can be sorted. You should choose variable categories that will allow you to input this sort of data.

Part 2

After you have compiled your spreadsheet, play around with sorting your data in different ways: chronologically, by variable, even by publication. What patterns or trends do you see? Write a >300-word reflection (in Word) on the experience of compiling your sources in this way, and what the exercise let you see (and not see) that will help you in thinking about your literature review.

Compress your Excel file and your Word document into a single ZIP .

  • attachment

    annotatedbibliography.docx

 

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My project idea about ( why university use the hybrid class ?) you will find in the attachment 35 references that you should use it with this assignment.

Spreadsheet Matrix A

My project idea about ( why university use the hybrid class ?) you will find in the attachment 35 references that you should use it with this assignment.

Spreadsheet Matrix Assignment

As Feak and Swales demonstrate, one useful way to observe trends in your sources is to place them into a spreadsheet or matrix, identifying key features of each text and their stance on variables that are important for your project (see Telling a Research Story pp. 13 and 15 for examples). Organizing your sources in this way can help you to:

  • Get a “bird’s eye view” of your literature;
  • Make connections between sources that we might not otherwise see;
  • Avoid getting trapped in low-level comparisons; and
  • Identify common threads in highly complex and diverse bodies of sources. (Telling a Research Story 17)

Part 1

For this assignment, you will make an Excel spreadsheet of no less than 20 of your sources, following the model in Telling a Research Story p. 13. That is, you must include fields for: principal author’s last name, year, and source (i.e. journal, book, or website title). Then, you must add fields for at least two variables that are consistent across your sources and are relevant for your project. In the example, perspective, field, and provenance all function as variable fields. Note that the data in these fields is standardized: terms are used repeatedly and consistently across entries so that the data can be sorted. You should choose variable categories that will allow you to input this sort of data.

Part 2

After you have compiled your spreadsheet, play around with sorting your data in different ways: chronologically, by variable, even by publication. What patterns or trends do you see? Write a >300-word reflection (in Word) on the experience of compiling your sources in this way, and what the exercise let you see (and not see) that will help you in thinking about your literature review.

Compress your Excel file and your Word document into a single ZIP .

  • attachment

    annotatedbibliography.docx

ssignment

As Feak and Swales demonstrate, one useful way to observe trends in your sources is to place them into a spreadsheet or matrix, identifying key features of each text and their stance on variables that are important for your project (see Telling a Research Story pp. 13 and 15 for examples). Organizing your sources in this way can help you to:

  • Get a “bird’s eye view” of your literature;
  • Make connections between sources that we might not otherwise see;
  • Avoid getting trapped in low-level comparisons; and
  • Identify common threads in highly complex and diverse bodies of sources. (Telling a Research Story 17)

Part 1

For this assignment, you will make an Excel spreadsheet of no less than 20 of your sources, following the model in Telling a Research Story p. 13. That is, you must include fields for: principal author’s last name, year, and source (i.e. journal, book, or website title). Then, you must add fields for at least two variables that are consistent across your sources and are relevant for your project. In the example, perspective, field, and provenance all function as variable fields. Note that the data in these fields is standardized: terms are used repeatedly and consistently across entries so that the data can be sorted. You should choose variable categories that will allow you to input this sort of data.

Part 2

After you have compiled your spreadsheet, play around with sorting your data in different ways: chronologically, by variable, even by publication. What patterns or trends do you see? Write a >300-word reflection (in Word) on the experience of compiling your sources in this way, and what the exercise let you see (and not see) that will help you in thinking about your literature review.

Compress your Excel file and your Word document into a single ZIP .

  • attachment

    annotatedbibliography.docx

 

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My project idea about ( why university use the hybrid class ?) you will find in the attachment 35 references that you should use it with this assignment.

Spreadsheet Matrix A

My project idea about ( why university use the hybrid class ?) you will find in the attachment 35 references that you should use it with this assignment.

Spreadsheet Matrix Assignment

As Feak and Swales demonstrate, one useful way to observe trends in your sources is to place them into a spreadsheet or matrix, identifying key features of each text and their stance on variables that are important for your project (see Telling a Research Story pp. 13 and 15 for examples). Organizing your sources in this way can help you to:

  • Get a “bird’s eye view” of your literature;
  • Make connections between sources that we might not otherwise see;
  • Avoid getting trapped in low-level comparisons; and
  • Identify common threads in highly complex and diverse bodies of sources. (Telling a Research Story 17)

Part 1

For this assignment, you will make an Excel spreadsheet of no less than 20 of your sources, following the model in Telling a Research Story p. 13. That is, you must include fields for: principal author’s last name, year, and source (i.e. journal, book, or website title). Then, you must add fields for at least two variables that are consistent across your sources and are relevant for your project. In the example, perspective, field, and provenance all function as variable fields. Note that the data in these fields is standardized: terms are used repeatedly and consistently across entries so that the data can be sorted. You should choose variable categories that will allow you to input this sort of data.

Part 2

After you have compiled your spreadsheet, play around with sorting your data in different ways: chronologically, by variable, even by publication. What patterns or trends do you see? Write a >300-word reflection (in Word) on the experience of compiling your sources in this way, and what the exercise let you see (and not see) that will help you in thinking about your literature review.

Compress your Excel file and your Word document into a single ZIP .

  • attachment

    annotatedbibliography.docx

ssignment

As Feak and Swales demonstrate, one useful way to observe trends in your sources is to place them into a spreadsheet or matrix, identifying key features of each text and their stance on variables that are important for your project (see Telling a Research Story pp. 13 and 15 for examples). Organizing your sources in this way can help you to:

  • Get a “bird’s eye view” of your literature;
  • Make connections between sources that we might not otherwise see;
  • Avoid getting trapped in low-level comparisons; and
  • Identify common threads in highly complex and diverse bodies of sources. (Telling a Research Story 17)

Part 1

For this assignment, you will make an Excel spreadsheet of no less than 20 of your sources, following the model in Telling a Research Story p. 13. That is, you must include fields for: principal author’s last name, year, and source (i.e. journal, book, or website title). Then, you must add fields for at least two variables that are consistent across your sources and are relevant for your project. In the example, perspective, field, and provenance all function as variable fields. Note that the data in these fields is standardized: terms are used repeatedly and consistently across entries so that the data can be sorted. You should choose variable categories that will allow you to input this sort of data.

Part 2

After you have compiled your spreadsheet, play around with sorting your data in different ways: chronologically, by variable, even by publication. What patterns or trends do you see? Write a >300-word reflection (in Word) on the experience of compiling your sources in this way, and what the exercise let you see (and not see) that will help you in thinking about your literature review.

Compress your Excel file and your Word document into a single ZIP .

  • attachment

    annotatedbibliography.docx

 

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