Project and Paper Format and Requirements
The annotated bibliography model should be constructed to first lead with the selected definitive text core message assessment of one page. It should properly cite the text, publication, author, date and author’s current or former institution. The primary message should be underscored or highlighted in italics.
Each of the three supporting annotated articles (or contributed chapters) reviews should be clearly identified and list the title of the article, publication, date published, author(s) name and institution.
The article titles should be in bold and underscored to set up the review. The annotation narrative should summarize the article or chapter’s message and the candidate must draw a brief conclusion as to how the topic applies to your campus.
Peer Review - Each capstone project is required to have a peer review by a SEM-EP peer prior to submission. The peer’s name and e-mail should be included on the cover page of the submission. There is no requirement that their comments be provided to the SEM-EP faculty. You can access the class roster via the SEM-EP portal in Moodle. You may also e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to request assistance with locating a peer reviewer.
Candidate Career Goals - Using the SEM-EP experience and pending endorsement, please articulate 3 to 5 goals that may be “next steps” suggesting how the you might further his/her SEM career in the field and/or professional participation. (publications, graduate school, committees, presentations, offices, promotions, projects, collaborations, consulting, etc.)
The entire capstone report should not exceed six pages.