Review the articleThe role of ontologies in biological and biomedical research: a functional perspective.(Links to an external site.)The outline to structure your review:
Only peer reviewed articles will be accepted for full credit. The min word count requirement is 600 words, but no more than 1000 words or you will lose points. Cite 2 additional sources in APA format. The report must be prepared in an essay form; not as a list of bullet points. For a grading breakdown, please review the rubric.
Assignment Rubric (2)
This criterion is linked to a learning outcomeName/Font/Formatting
Includes the student’s name, uses fonts and formatting consistently throughout the report
Uses different fonts and multiple font sizes or does not include the student’s name/heading
This criterion is linked to a learning outcomeLength
Exceeds by 100 words the minimum word count
Meets the minimum word count
Does not meet the minimum word count
Does not meet the minimum word count by more than 100 words
This criterion is linked to a learning outcomeIntroduction
Presents a detailed background to what the paper is about.
Minimally discusses what the paper is about.
Introduction does not relate to the paper.
Does not include an introduction
This criterion is linked to a learning outcomeReview
Presents a detailed summary on the paper.
Presents a summary on the paper.
Presents a short summary on the paper.
Does not include a summary.
This criterion is linked to a learning outcomeBibliography
Includes a bibliography and in-text citations that are formatted properly. Two additional sources are cited in APA format.
Includes a bibliography formatted properly and two additional sources are cited.
Includes a bibliography and in-text citations but 1-3 formatting errors are present
Includes a bibliography and in-text citations but 4 f formatting errors are present
This criterion is linked to a learning outcomeFlow/Clarity of Writing
Has no grammatical/spelling formatting errors. The text goes from general ideas to specific conclusions. Transitions tie sections/paragraphs together. Writing is crisp, clear, and succinct. The author incorporates the active voice when appropriate. Meaning is explicit.
Has minor grammatical/spelling/reference formatting errors. There is a basic flow from one section to the next. Writing is generally clear but unnecessary words are used. Meaning is sometimes hidden. Paragraph or sentence structure is too repetitive.
Has major grammatical/spelling errors. References are not formatted properly. There is a basic flow from one section to the next, but not all sections or paragraphs follow in a natural or logical order. Hard to know what the author is trying to express.
Has major grammatical/spelling errors. References are not included. The report appears to have no direction, with sections/paragraph appearing disjointed.
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