20 Sep Assignment #1Choose a family member, friend or col
Assignment #1Choose a family member, friend or colleague and interview them. Ask them about their experiences with technology as they were growing up in their educational environment. Have them share how they use technology in their daily routine for work and personally. Summarize the responses and submit a 2-page paper.Make sure to substantiate your paper with research from either readings in the class or outside scholarly sources. There is no right or wrong answer for this; the paper will be graded on the strength of the case being presented.The paper needs to be double-spaced, full name in the header and attention should be paid to grammar and syntax. There is no need to write the questions as this is mainly a summary of the interview.Assignment #2The NMC Horizon Project is a global ongoing research initiative that explores the trends, challenges, and technology developments likely to have an impact on teaching, learning, and creative inquiry. Read the 2017 report and share your reflections. 250 WordsAssignment #3Global Studies Public ForumIn what ways can a global theoretical framework help one better understand the slave trade and the ongiong impact of slavery in the world today? Some Possible Resources:How One Man’s Story Offers a New Way to Understand Slave Insurrectionhttps://time.com/5766781/slave-insurrection-atlantic-world/ (Links to an external site.)The Long War Against Slaveryhttps://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2020/01/27/the-long-war-against-slavery (Links to an external site.) Two States. Eight Textbooks. Two American Stories.https://nyti.ms/2QJK7zq (Links to an external site.)World Economic Forum: Ending Modern Slavery https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/2020/01/24/world-economic-forum-ending-modern-slavery/ (Links to an external site.)Directions:This paper should be 4 pages double-spaced (about 1000 words), and should include a heading, page numbers, in-text citations, and a works cited page. Be sure to incorporate class readings, have a clear thesis statement, and make an argument. Essay Requirements:Word count: 1000-1200 words.Word count includes the title as well as the in-text citations, but excludes the header and the end-of-the-paper bibliography.Format:Include page numbers and an essay title.Your essay should be double-spaced, 12-point font.Include a works cited or bibliography at the end of your paper.Citations: citations are required for both paraphrasing and direct quotes from either the text or lecture.Citation format:In-text parenthetical citation (Author year, page number) with a bibliography of works cited at the end of the document. You may use the following example for lecture material:IN-TEXT: (McCarty 2019).BIBLIOGRAPHY:McCarty, Philip. 2019. ‘Lecture Title’ Global Studies Forum, October X, 2020, University of California, Irvine.See also this link for citation guidelines:https://www.cdlib.org/ (Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.). See also the bibliography of The Global Turn for additional examples.e. (Darian-Smith and McCarty 2017, 13)Darian-Smith and McCarty. 2017.The Global Turn: Theories, Research Designs, and Methods for Global Studies. Oakland, CA: University of California Press. ISBN: 9780520293038.