First read (again) the article: Taxonomy of Cross-Platform Mobile Applications Development – notice how the author breaks the research problem into 6 measurable questions (Code is Resuable, Plugins, Easy for Web Developers, etc.). Use any 3 of these as your research questions. Since your Method is exploratory – using a mini literature review, your research question(s) must be answered appropriately in the literature that you cite. You must cite at least 4 scholarly (peer-reviewed) sources to address each of your research questions. A literature review in practice would be exhausive. Because of the scope of this paper, however, it will be a Limited Literature Review, Be certain to make this and circumstances clear both in your Introduction, Method and Conclusion sections. Your Method section – your limited literature review, might look simular to the Previous Works section in the article: Mobile_Apps_Development_A_Framework_for_Technology_Decision_Making_PROCEEDINGS , however, connected to YOUR study – your research question(s)
- Write a seven – ten (7-10) page paper that address your research problem – your paper should be: typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. See hand-outs provided on graduate and APA style research papers.
- Use at least four different quality resources that address each research questions; other citations may apply as well. Note: Wikipedia, Blogs, Info articles, and similar Websites do not qualify as quality resources for research writing.
- Include a cover page containing: a title for this assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference pages do not count toward the page count. Review the Helpful Information provided related to critical thinking and also follow the hand-outs provided in this week’s Learning Materials folder.