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ONLY USE Week six lecture or A scholarly RESOURCE. PLEASE USE APA
 The discussion post needs to address prompt directly and post needs to contain a specific, developed argument.
This is a mix of Formal and unformal writing. It’s not an Essay!
275 Words
PLEASE REPOND TO THE DISCUSSION TOPIC Questions :
The Future of Institutions of Higher Education

Which changes are possible?
This is a speculative question but try to anchor your post in what you’ve learned during the course.

Grade Rubric

Criterion Exemplary
(20-19) Strong
(18-16) Passing
(15-14) Not Yet
(13 or less)
Completeness discussion post addresses prompt directly and within 48 hours of opening of discussion; post contains specific, developed argument; post refers to one source; comment clearly adds to the dimension of the original post discussion post addresses prompt and within 48 hours of opening of discussion; post contains developed argument; post refers to at least one outside source; comment adds to the dimension of the original post discussion post addresses prompt at least in part; post contains developed argument; comment adds at least somewhat to the dimension of the original post discussion post lacks focus; post may lack a developed argument; comment does not reflect careful thought or may wander
Exemplary
(10) Strong
(9) Passing
(8-7) Not Yet
(6 or less)
Conventions discussion post and comment both reveal flawless or near mastery of grammar, usage, mechanics, formatting, and APA Style discussion post and comment both reveal solid command of grammar, usage, mechanics, formatting, and APA Style discussion and/or post reveals some errors in grammar, usage, mechanics, formatting, and APA Style discussion and/or post needs serious work and editing overhaul on conventions; style and conventions may hinder reader comprehension

Type of service: Academic Paper Writing
Type of assignment: Coursework
Subject: Not Defined
Pages/words: 1/275
Number of Sources: 1
Academic level: Senior (college 4th year)
Paper Format: APA
Line spacing: Double
Language style: US English