Name Professor Course Date Semester Reflection Paper This reflection paper will show the journey I have had in this semester. Informatics and computing have been a great part of the study that I have enjoyed. In this explanation of the learning journey I will describe the various aspects of the study that I have enjoyed in this semester. Since all the aspects of the course studied in the semester might not all be important at the same time there must be others that are more capturing than others. The lesson capture differs for various students. It would be abnormal for all the students to like a particular part of the study at the same time in a class. Students would be impressed by different parts of the study. In my case I wish to explain how wonderful the study has been to me. I will the most interesting part was the outside learning that occurred in the lab. The lab provided me with the chance to practice all that I had learned in class hence is was an important part of the semester. Works Cited Benton Kevin L. Jean Camp and Chris Small. "Openflow vulnerability assessment." Proceedings of the second ACM SIGCOMM workshop on Hot topics in software defined networking. ACM 2013. Conover Michael D. et al. "The geospatial characteristics of a social movement communication network." PloS one 8.3 (2013): e55957. Gonçalves Bruno Nicola Perra and Alessandro Vespignani. "Modeling users' activity on twitter networks: Validation of dunbar's number." PloS one 6.8 (2011): e22656. Jerant Anthony F. and Andree J. Lloyd. "Applied medical informatics and computing skills of students residents and faculty." FAMILY MEDICINE-KANSAS CITY- 32.4 (2000): 267-272. Nehrt Nathan L. et al. "Testing the ortholog conjecture with comparative functional genomic data from mammals." PLoS Comput Biol 7.6 (2011): e1002073. [...]
This section should be a 3-4 page personal reflection essay on your entire semester . We want you to hone in on at least 2 general topics/areas that you enjoyed (that you did not write about in your midterm paper). Introduction What can we look forward to in this paper? Properly introduce the paper as a whole. Body You can do a mix-and-match of several topics that you enjoyed the most or target a particular lab or lecture that you enjoyed. You can also select a topic and extend on it to real-world examples and the like as you did in weekly lecture checks (although you MAY NOT reuse lecture check material). Your essay should be substantially based on a mix of course lectures, online lectures, and/or labs. You are welcome to use other resources that you research but this is a personal reflection on what YOU have learned in the class. As mentioned in the "research requirements" listed below, you should include at least 2 lecture citations FOR THIS SECTION in addition to the other research you have gathered - just find something to use in your essay to support your writing and what you are trying to say. Please use MLA citation (in-line too!) Answer the following questions in this portion of your essay: What were two topics that you really enjoyed from this semester? What about each topic grabbed your attention? Have you explored each topic outside of class? If so, how? What did you do? If not, what parts of the topic might you enjoy exploring further? How might you explore them? What was the most challenging topic to you? Either subject matter, philosophically, ethically, etc…? How do you feel that this class has shaped your everyday life and how your view and use technology? Conclusion Wrap up your paper - summarize it. This section should provide a nice end to your paper. Requirements Formatting Requirements Normal 1” margins 1.5 spacing Calibri font, 11pt Include a works cited page (MLA citation format, in-line as well). Your paper should be edited for grammar and spelling, be written thoughtfully, have full complete sentences (no answering questions in bullet points!) and include a nice mixture of personal opinion and research. Research Requirements At least 3 external references/sources. Only 1 may be Wikipedia. At least TWO (2) lecture citations/references. Miscellaneous You MUST use Microsoft WORD to complete your assignment. Be sure that your document has the appropriate file extension (e.g. docx, doc). Please remember to save a copy of your Word file to YOUR PERSONAL computer/storage device for your records (just in case something weird happens on Canvas). Please see the course website for the late assignment policy. ALL instances of academic misconduct WILL be reported, so please DOUBLE CHECK YOUR WORK and ensure you have properly cited all relevant content.