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When you have had a chance to review information from the background readings and research other sources on your own, prepare a 3- to 4-page paper on the topic:
Analyze the importance of mobile Internet and apps and their future.
Your paper should be 3–4 pages. Take a definite stand on the issues, and develop your supporting argument carefully. Using material from the background information and any other sources you can find to support specific points in your argument is highly recommended; try to avoid making assertions for which you can find no support other than your own opinion.
Provide proper citations for any material you reference from other sources. Follow the Student Guide to Writing a High-Quality Academic Paper for help in structuring and developing your paper.
You will be particularly assessed on:
- Your ability to see what the module is all about and to structure your paper accordingly.
- Your informed commentary and analysis—simply repeating what your sources say does not constitute an adequate paper.
- Your ability to draw on a range of sources and to establish your understanding of the historical context of the question.