Below are links to the Writing Labs located on our North, South, and Central campuses. Students can receive assistance with their writing needs in a friendly atmosphere.
5 Ways to Print: Library Computer, PrintMe Mobile App, Cloud, USB, and Email
Printing from a Library Computer
Printing from PrintMe mobile app:
Download the “EFI PrintMe” app from the “Apple App store” or “GooglePlay”. Use the app to pick a file on your phone and send it to print. Follow the directions for Printing from a Library Computer to print it.
Printing from a Cloud service
Printing from USB:
NOTE – Cannot print Excel documents from USB drive
Printing from email
Email your file to firstname.lastname@example.org. You will receive an emailed reply with a unique Document ID (numbers are saved for 24 hours only) and a bar code you can scan at the printer.
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Issues in World Politics Paper
The purpose of your paper is to allow you the opportunity to research and analyze a current issue/problem in world politics. To do so, you must first identify your topic. It must involve at least two competing perspectives or interests. Further, it also must involve at least 2 countries, making it is an international, rather than domestic, issue. It may, or may not, include active involvement by an international organization such as the UN. Your topic is subject to instructor approval and must be submitted on D2L according to the dates listed in the syllabus.
Once you have chosen your topic, you will critically analyze the situation to discern the root of the conflict. To do so, first discuss, in depth, the various actors with a stake in this issue including their positions and interests. Ground this description in INR theory. Once the situation is understood, discuss possible solutions to this issue along with the possible consequences of different policy solutions. Again, tie this discussion to the theories we have been discussing in class.
Sources matter. Please be sure to include at least two scholarly sources (books, peer reviewed journal articles). You may of course, use other credible sources, such as the news sources included in the current event sections, documentary films, etc. but they do not count for your two scholarly sources.
This paper should be at least 5 full pages and no more than 8. Use standard 1 inch margins, 12 pt Times New Roman font, double-spaced. The cover page and bibliography are NOT included in your page count. This is a formal paper, and as such, needs a clear introduction and tight conclusion. Further, you must use in-text citations and attach a works cited or bibliography page to the end. You may use any citation style you choose (Chicago, MLA, APA, etc.) as long as you are consistent. I prefer Chicago.