OUTLINE FOR RESEARCH PROPOSAL 1. INTRODUCTION (provide a broad yet meaningful of the subject matter under investigation) 2. RESEARCH QUESTIONS (between 3-5 only and should correspond with chapters) 3. RESEARCH OBJECTIVES and Statement of Problems 4. LITERATURE REVIEW (Should be fairly extensive and cover the major as well as most recent works. Provide a critical appraisal of the works under review and not mere summaries. These can be addressed in a thematic manner as well.) important 5. SIGNIFICANCE OF STUDY (e.g. the works contribution to knowledge) 6. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY (quantitative, qualitative or mixed-method; methods of obtaining data i.e. primary & secondary sources, interviews (structured or semi-structured); methods of sampling, etc.)- library research, lab work, field work, historical documentary, interview, survey, evaluation and analysis important Research area: Integrated design and art history Title of research proposal: Research on the Influence of the Development of Art History on the integrated Design of Asian Environmental Art Key words Integrated design, art history, environment art, design studies
It was a festival at a park, the theme of the festival was called the magical forest, the location was spacious and took alot of resources and facilities to transform it into a unique festival. The concept of the festival was a fantasy themed event where the local park was transformed into the magical forest, setting around the areas with unique magical themed installations, decors & set ups. the content of the festival was as the following: 1. Activities such as paintball, zip line and rope course. 2. Created customized glow garden installations at the park and installed it in the pathways. 3. Installed a pop up musuem (Believe it or not) a unique, artistic and attractive musuem that had props, sets and creative illustrations along with optical illusion room, and wonders of the world, such as a the prop of the hearts whale, and a prop of the first small car and the tallest man on earth and the women who ate metals). 4. A stage where there was an international magical show performed by crew performances and dance performers where the content was magical forest themed. 5. An art exhibition for the locals that displayed their artwork. 6. Walls that was dedicated for free spirited to artist that displayed their work reflecting the concept of the festival. 7. Musical parade of performers that were dressed like fairy tales characters. 8. The park had a one of the biggest fountain in the kingdom of saudi arabia, and there was a scheduled fountain show with backdrop music, where visitors would gather around the fountain, this fountain show was daily. 9. A unique seating set up shaped like magical mushrooms and flowers distributed around the park. 10. The market area where customized booth design was designed and set up for participants and complete the look and feel of the environment. 11. A pop up cinema was installed on the other side of the park where we made sure it was quite and dark and it created a nice visual experience and transformed the visitors from to different parts of the festival. 12. Pop up musicians around the park. This my critical issues that i faced in terms of visitor experience and what i did: – Prepared and presented additional theatrical content for the stage performance, as the stage was in not in the festival content at first, and there was a ready stage area and i wanted to utilize the stage and add a theatrical content to grasp the visitor attention instead of just roaming around, theatre always add a creative impact. – There were some kiosk already in the park and it was not pretty the branding of it and would be an obstacle in the visualization of the event so i branded all the kiosk made sure it has their identity and the festival as well. – Improved the visitor experience by adding multiple activities such as theatre shows, musical show and performance. – Added fences to the event sites and improved the exit and entry of visitors. – Added branding publications like tickets and others due to their frequent consumption. – Added additonal illuminated & lightning decoration. – Changed the lightning of the entire site. – Adding various other activities and games outside my scope just to improve the visitor experience – Added speakers around the park. Based on the article attached, this is the perfect event and it has all the elements and could be applied to the module. I want to mention in each element why and how, in the park the lightning was all white, so we changed it all to yellow so we could create a more effective experience, as white lights at night could be strong and dull and looses the beauty of the theme, as the theme is called magical forest. i want you to mention the distribution strategy of the event elements. The article attached explore the relationship between design elements utilzied in experience creation and emotional connection for event attendees, through the application of goffmans dramaturfical perspective (1959), and the components of atmospherics (kotler, 1973) and service-scapes (bitner, 1992). Please apply these existing model to the experience of planning an event. please consider each and reflect on how i approached when i planned the above event.
Scenario: You are working as a system analyst for a non-profit organization whose financials are mostly from donations. You are thinking to create a Web application to manage the donors, similar to a CRM (customer relationship management) system. So, let’s call it a DRMS (Donor Relationship Management System). What to do: Imagine you were hired as a system analyst, based on the SDLC framework and materials you learn from this class, write up a short paper (less than 5 pages, double spacing) for the followings: 1. Describe what you will do for each step in SDLC up to implementation. You will need to relate the steps to the DRMS. For example, who are the users of DRMS and what are its functional requirements? You do not need to actually do the design such as the DFD, UI and ERD. But you should describe what they are and what you expect them to be. 2. SDLC is only a framework. As stated in Chapter 1, you will need a process model to execute it. What exactly is a process model? What process model, e.g. Waterfall, Agile, Spiral, etc. will you adopt and why?
STEPS TO FOLLOW 1. Read Part II, Chapters 26, Mastering the Instructional Design Process by Rothwell, W.J. et al. to analyze and evaluate concepts and processes associated with planning and analyzing for instructional design (See RESOURCES below for the link). 2. View the Instructional Design: Needs Analysis support video (See RESOURCES below for the link). 3. View the Instructional Design: Working with SME support video (See RESOURCES below for the link). 4. Download the Data Planning Support Documents zipped folder on the FSO platform. Carefully examine these resources. 5. Continue to revise and refine your instructional design constraints (i.e, instructional objectives) and assure they align tightly with your learning outcomes using consistent terminology. If you have two outcomes then logically you will have two objectives or one objective per outcome. A prior completed week-2 student example is available for download. Make sure to leverage Bloom’s Taxonomy when writing outcomes and objectives. See resource attached. 7. Continue to refine the description of your target audience including their “interest” in the topic, and your instructional design constraints described in your objectives. You will then explain you instructional systems design approach, and describe the concepts and application of a theoretical frame to your planning 8. Add a new section heading entitled Data Planning following the Project Overview section of your training needs analysis document. In this new section, outline and describe your plans for gathering, analyzing, and reporting data to the project sponsor or organization based on the Instructional Design: Needs Analysis support video and your own research in the EBSCOhost databases. You must provide a minimum of two peer reviewed research findings to support your planning. 9. Develop a needs assessment instrument to administer to the target audience. Apply one quantitative method (e.g., survey) and one qualitative method (e.g. open-ended questions) to analyze the needs of your target audience, which in most cases will be the learners. Your data planning must include 5 Likert-scale type statements (quantitative) for each objective. In most cases you will have ten statements of agreement if you have two objectives. In addition, add 5 open-ended (qualitative) questions that begin with the words “what” or “how”. Avoid binary yes/no questions. These are often useless and do not offer space for the learner to fully describe their reply to your question. Use a free version of survey software such as Google Forms to develop and host your needs assessment instrument. Provide the link to your instrument in your data planning section allowing your classmates and instructor to evaluate and assess your instrument. 10. Develop your content outline in the content section of your training planning document. Your outlines should list all topics and activities you are planning for each objective. Put some thought into this and avoid rushing it. 11. Add a new section entitled SME Checklist below your content outlines and prepare interview questions for your subject matter expert, unless you are the subject matter expert. SMEs are typically asked to rate the quality of instructional planning and help guide the topics and planned activities, particularly when the topic is outside the instructional designer’s field and knowledge base. 12. Describe your Instructional Systems Design approach, which in this case is the ADDIE process. Back up this section with at least one peer reviewed reference from EBSCO. 13. Choose a learning theory that aligns with your needs and target audience. You must first name your chosen theory and describe the specific concepts of the theory; you must then explain how each of the concepts can be applied to the instructional approaches you are considering adopting for this particular target audience. Back up this section with at least one peer reviewed reference from EBSCO. 14. Post your work, save your file as Lastname_Firstname_5.2.2_Draft.doc and upload it to the discussion for your classmates and the instructor to review. Under your document post, provide a one paragraph rationale for your revision decisions based on your research findings from your two required peer- reviewed references. Make sure your references are in strict APA 6 format at the end of your document.
EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN FINAL INSTRUCTIONS (Based on my rough draft feedback, I need to: explain my age group, how i am going to screen for the preexisting conditions, consider neuromuscular issues as well, explain my 100 person group size, explain how i will recruit people (dedicated panels did not suffice), use ACSM guidelines, explain a good time frame to wear posture correctors with proof, and find a different way to measure posture based on past studies.) What you will need for the final copy, is a complete revised versionf your design including all of the variables below: oType of research design (cohort, randomized control, case study, etc.) oResearch questionoParticipants to be studied: age ranges, sex, initial conditions (e.g., healthy, special populations, children, etc.), number of subjects, where are you recruiting them from? oIf you say healthy participants then define what healthy means… oInclusion/exclusion criteria: how were they determined? oProcedures: Here you will list out every single step of your experiment. After reading this paper another researcher should be able to repeat your study exactly step-by-step. This is the most important part, so please add in as much info as possible. statistical Analyses: This section outlines the type of data you will be dealing with (nominal, ordinal, ratio) and how you plan to statistically carry out your experiment. oFor this portion, please do you best to find a way to statistically analyze your data. oThis section will not be as heavily weighted as the other portion of the final copy. I do not expect you to be an expert in statistical analyses, but try your best to find away. (HINT: I would look at what your references did in their stats section to get an idea of how to compare groups or variables pre- and post-interventions. ?The type should be single-spaced, 12-point, Times New Roman. ?Please use proper citations where necessary and create a reference section using proper formatting
Recommendations: In this section, you will recommend the technology solution that you believe is most appropriate for your business based on how well each technology meets your businesss technology requirements. Recommend a technology solution for your business, and defend why that solution is appropriate. You could recommend only one technology, or you could recommend any combination of the two that you investigated. Explain the overall benefit of your recommended technology solution to your business. Consider the following: How will it enhance efficiency? How will it position your business for future growth as you move online?
I want to set the main goal for the paper to research on why elderly does not like exercise and how to motivate elderly exercise. Found interesting and specific cases would be a bonus. Paper Outline: (recommended; feel free to adjust) : Focus on No.4 1. Ageing issue and healthy ageing 1. (Who specifically)What age group of elderly need more exercise? 2. (Benefits for exercise & risk for poor exercise) How does exercise effect the elderly? 3. Evidence to show how many elderly people are lack of exercise (statistics) 4. Why do the elderly not exercise? (Mentally, Physically, Socially, etc) 5. How do you motivate elderly to exercise? 6. Examples/ cases that help elderly exercise more. 7. What are the difficulties to help elderly? 8. Talk about the potential solutions to help them with design. 9. Conclusion Abstract: Developing a healthy ageing society is our sustainable goals facing aging problem in the world. To help elderly maintain health conditions and self ability is crucial. However, studies show the majority of elderly with poor health are lacks of exercise and properly exercising would benefit the senior and the society. Therefore in order to design and help the elderly to exercise more, we need to understand why the elderly dislike exercising and how to encourage them to exercise more. Possible Citation: 1. Understanding What MOTIVATES Older Adults to Exercise; Journal of gerontological nursing [J Gerontol Nurs] 2000 Mar; Vol. 26 (3), pp. 34-42. 2. Taiji and Qigong exercise for elderly to stay healthy Quarta, Cynthia. Seated Taiji and Qigong?: Guided Therapeutic Exercises to Manage Stress and Balance Mind, Body and Spirit. Singing Dragon, 2012. EBSCOhost, search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=nlebk&AN=476346&site=eds-live&scope=site. 3.Ensuring the elderly health condition could help develop a healthy ageing society World Health Organization. 2020. Healthy Ageing And The Sustainable Development Goals. [online] Available at:
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