Bachelor major research project



To receive my Bachelor degree I need to hand in a research paper.

The subject is about Augmented reality used in education.

It can be a literature research document.

It has to be written according to the Harvard System of Referencing.

The Research Project serves as the culmination of the degree program. It

enables students to demonstrate the full range of their technical, creative, and academic skills and abilities. It provides a structured opportunity to undertake a large-scale artistic / creative project that displays the depth and breadth of their work. For example, one involving the development and testing of a specialised media product (or an integrated media product) and an appropriate research report, analytical critique and production logbook.

## Deliverables

Parts of the Thesis

Title Page

This should include the following information: the full title of the work, author's

name in full, the qualification for which the work is being submitted, the name

of the institution and the date of submission (month and year).


A brief informative summary of approximately 200 words. It should

summarize the content of the thesis and the way in which it is organized,

describe the scope of the work, the research methodology used, the principal

divisions within the work and the conclusions reached.

Table of Contents

This should list, with their page numbers, the main sections and/or chapters of

the work, as used in the main text, and any appendices with their full titles

and/or numbers, and the bibliography.


Here, the writer should identify the background, scope and purpose of the

study, and indicate any financial support in the form of grants or scholarships.

The acknowledgement of help, from supervisors, colleagues and/or institutions

can be included in the preface.


If not included as part of the Preface, they should be listed separately.


This is not normally required for undergraduate projects, however, if needed

these can be included in the bibliography.


The main text should be divided into appropriate sections and or/chapters, with

subsections if necessary. The first section or chapter would generally be the

introduction to the work.

Notes (footnotes)

Notes should be numbered in a single sequence through each chapter ( or

section), starting a new sequence for each chapter. Notes should be placed at

the foot of each page or immediately following the chapter that they refer to,

or should be grouped together by chapter or section.

Learning Objectives

Demonstrate advanced academic skills. Apply technical and creative abilities

systematically, perceptively, and informatively through research in the

specialized area. Present and defend ideas and products in a professional and

convincing manner. Refer professionally and informatively to the work of others

in the field (or related fields) in substantiating the quality and relevance of the

individual creative research project.

Skills: Article Rewriting, Book Writing, Copywriting, Ghostwriting, Research Writing, Technical Writing

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