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Professional Papers
(2 nd point)A professional paper
generally involves a critical
investigation of a well-defined
issue or problem based on o...
Preparation and presentation of a
professional paper relating to any
aspect of archives(records providing
information)admi...
1st point It is professionally
written, develops a persuasive
argument, and addresses an
important issue
The professional paper requires a
more detailed and extensive
analysis of the issue or problem
Title page, abstract, and table of
contents

Introduction to the problem
If the project involves research
, the paper must...
Discussion of the issue as a
research question, case
study, policy
analysis, intervention, program
evaluation, etc
Discussion of the implications (a
conclusion that can be drawn from
something)of the study and
recommendations for practic...
Discussion of the author’s role as in
relation to the problem, and if
appropriate, to the agencies
addressing with the iss...
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  1. 1. Professional Papers
  2. 2. (2 nd point)A professional paper generally involves a critical investigation of a well-defined issue or problem based on original analysis
  3. 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. 4. 1st point It is professionally written, develops a persuasive argument, and addresses an important issue
  5. 5. The professional paper requires a more detailed and extensive analysis of the issue or problem
  6. 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. 7. Discussion of the issue as a research question, case study, policy analysis, intervention, program evaluation, etc
  8. 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. 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.

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