BASIC REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL ASSIGNMENTSThese assignments require outside literature research and activity.• All assignments must be prepared in double-space format, 12 pt. type (preferably Times Roman), and should include a title page, table of contents, and reference list. All submitted work should contain student name and course number and term.• APA 6th or 7th edition format is used for form and style. Consult the APA Guide for how to prepare papers, and for specific directions on how to properly cite work and references in your papers.• Use third person narrative consistently throughout your papers. Take a formal approach to presenting your discussion and arguments. Avoid “I, me, we” statements. Instead of, for example, ‘We think this is important…”, present it in this way, “This is important because…”• All assignment submissions have to be scholarly and well presented. You are to demonstrate scholarly knowledge of the subject area. Refrain from stating the obvious and generic things, but be clear. Approach your work from a high level of thinking— what are the underlying issues and how can we approach interaction design differently? Synthesizing the literature is very important in this course. Do not direct quote authors. Instead, paraphrase (in your own words) and cite important sources that describe the essential aspects of the issues. Compare and contrast what authors are saying about a particular issue. Please see the Course Syllabus for policies and expectations about original work.