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Paper presentation Business Communication

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  • 1. Professional Papers
  • 2. (2 nd point)A professional paper generally involves a critical investigation of a well-defined issue or problem based on original analysis
  • 3. Preparation and presentation of a professional paper relating to any aspect of archives(records providing information)administration as defined by the role delineation(a vivid verbal description)
  • 4. 1st point It is professionally written, develops a persuasive argument, and addresses an important issue
  • 5. The professional paper requires a more detailed and extensive analysis of the issue or problem
  • 6. Title page, abstract, and table of contents Introduction to the problem If the project involves research , the paper must contain a section on study design and methods;
  • 7. Discussion of the issue as a research question, case study, policy analysis, intervention, program evaluation, etc
  • 8. Discussion of the implications (a conclusion that can be drawn from something)of the study and recommendations for practice, and development of a plan for dissemination(spread) of information
  • 9. Discussion of the author’s role as in relation to the problem, and if appropriate, to the agencies addressing with the issue or problem.