Paper instructions: You will prepare and submit an annotated Webography outlining seven (7) Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) resource/response/counter-proliferation websites. Attached are the following documents to assist you in being set up for success for this assignment:
1. Document titled “What is a Webography?”
2. A generic Webography example titled "Webography Example" that will give you a good overview of what a complete Webography looks like.
3. A template example titled "Webography WMD Example" that will give you a glimpse to the start of what yours should look like.
4. Grading Rubric
•Create your work as a Word document and to submit as an attachment (remember to compress photos -- see below for instructions)
•12pt Times New Roman
•The websites may be federal, state, local, commercial, or private
•Don't forget that you are reviewing website – do not pick documents on website, that will not meet the intent of the assignment
•Catch the reader's attention with dynamic photos (don't forget to cite under them to give credit if they are not from the specific website you are reviewing. For example, on the cover page, you might use a picture you randomly found on the internet -- make sure you cite to give credit where you got the picture)
•When you use pictures in your document, don't forget to compress them (this is an option under "Picture Tools" and select "Compress Pictures" and uncheck "Apply only to this picture" in order to compress all the pictures in your document. Also select "E-mail (96ppi)" for best way to upload your work (note the steps may be different depending on what version of Word you are using)
•Don't just tell what the selected website is about -- explain what the strengths and weaknesses are that you identified
•Don't forget the Table of Contents
•Don't forget the Introduction -- tell the reader what you are going to cover
•Don't forget the Conclusion -- tell the reader the key points of what you told them
•Finding the unique websites can make the assignment more interesting – this takes some effort. Don’t be afraid to think outside the box
•Don't cut and paste from the website -- put things in your own words. If you summarize the website material, then I would not expect to see a citation as I will equate that you are relating the material to the website you are reviewing
•If you use a direct material then it is expected that you cite correctly and use quotation marks and the appropriate citation (look in the Lesson area of the course if you need help with APA citing style). You will have an extra page at the end of your Assignment that is a Reference List (and needs to be in APA style). It will include all citations for your web pages and any addition references that you use.
•Don't forget your APA requirements, i.e. Running Head:, parenthetical citations, References page, etc.
A weapon of mass destruction (WMD) is a nuclear, radiological, chemical, biological or other weapon that can slaughter and convey critical mischief to a substantial number of people or make awesome harm human-made structures. The extension and use of the term has advanced and been debated, frequently implying more politically than in fact. Today, the most conceivable dangers identified with weapons of mass destruction in the Russian Federation don't originate from motion picture like situations, for example, a flighty government way to deal with nuclear prevention. Initially authored in reference to elevated bombarding with chemical explosives, since World War II it has come to allude to extensive scale weaponry of different innovations, for example, chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear.
Weapons of Mass Destruction
Weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) constitute a class of weaponry with the possibility to, in a solitary minute, kill a huge number of regular folks, endanger the indigenous habitat, and on a very basic level modify the world and the lives of future ages through their cataclysmic impacts. Most countries in Asia and the Pacific have since quite a while ago understood that demobilization and non-multiplication stay crucial to making a domain good to peace, security and improvement. Other UN bodies entrusted with arranging the end of WMDs incorporate the Conference on Disarmament alongside its antecedents, and the Disarmament Commission.
|Ambassador Tim Caughley, UNIDIR, presents on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons at the 24th Conference on Disarmament Issues, Shizuoka, Japan.|