SEARCH PROJECT INSTRUCTIONS - FALL 2000
Complaints of computer malfunction, viruses, disk errors, etc., will not be accepted.
Consistently use 12 point font, Times New Roman.
SEARCH PROJECT 1
(1) Copy and paste the text from the book/journal references of your chosen page(s) to a blank page on Microsoft Word that you must save on two floppy disks. You should also save everything in your H: drive granted by UWEC and/or your C: drive if working from home. Do not paste lines, graphics, bullets, or anything else that is not text. E-mail your name(s) and the title of the Search Project to email@example.com
(2) Retype all references in APA (4th edition) format with the exception that the title should be BOLD instead of underlined or italicized. This website will help.
If any pertinent information is missing (ESPECIALLY THE DATE OF PUBLICATION!), you will need to find this information. When this happens, e-mail the title of the search project, title of the publication, and year of publication to firstname.lastname@example.org so it can be added to the historical listings. Also, after the annotation, double-space and type:
followed by the library call # (You may need to locate this.)
(3) Check the annotations for spelling and grammar errors.
(4) Submit one hardcopy to Lee Anna on October 3, 2000
SEARCH PROJECT 2
(5) Copy and paste the text from the internet references of your chosen page(s) to your page on Microsoft Word. If your chosen page(s) has no internet references, you will need to find and annotate at least three internet sources.
(6) Check to see if each internet source is current. If not, search to see if the site has been moved and/or updated. If the page is no longer available, you will need to find and annotate one internet source and replace it in your page.
(7) Retype the reference to the internet site in APA format. Double-space and retype only the
(8) Check the annotations for spelling and grammar errors. Be sure you have made any corrections as noted on your returned hardcopy of Search Project 1.
(9) Submit one hardcopy to Lee Anna on October 12, 2000.
SEARCH PROJECT 3
(10) Check the Alzheimers page to see what the finished product will look like. Devise your own coding categories (at least 10) based on the content of your annotated bibliographies.
(11) Create a new page in which you type the categories in Bold and Italics double-spacing between each entry. Then copy and paste the annotated bibliographies from the original search project(s) to this new page under each category to which it pertains. (Note: Do NOT cut and paste as most entries should fit under more than one category.)
(12) Be sure you have made any revisions as noted on your returned hardcopy of Search Project 2.
(13) Submit one hardcopy to Lee Anna on October 24, 2000.
SEARCH PROJECT 4
(14) Collate and organize problem areas, goals, and methods for treatment from the original Search Projects in your project. Add your own if none available.
(15) Be sure that you have made any revisions as noted on your returned hardcopy of Search Project 3. Type your name at the top of your completed page. See next page for an example.
(16) Submit two disks with the completed project as well as one hardcopy to Lee Anna on November 7, 2000. Be sure you have a copy for yourself.
*** Your work will be reformatted to look like the Alzheimers Search Project. It will be viewed by students, Music Therapists, members of the medical community, etc. It will be featured in a presentation at the 50th Anniversary of Music Therapy at the national conference of the American Music Therapy Association in St. Louis on November 17th, 2000.
Category Label in Bold and Italics
APA Reference with title in BOLD
http: address if a website
UWEC Call#: if not a website
Repeat of APA Reference through UWEC Call# for each reference
Repeat of Category Label through UWEC Call# for each category
Methods for Treatment