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- Read at least one article or view a video about hardware (not software) as discussed in Chapter 4 of the Libretext ebook.
- Write a brief summary in your own words or create an orginial short presentation summarizing the article using MS Word or PowerPoint. Brief means no less than 10 sentences but not more than one page. Post this summary to the Hardware Assignment discussion board.
- Cite your source properly. Use the website below to reference how to cite your artilce correctly. https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/apa_style/apa_formatting_and_style_guide/reference_list_basic_rules.html
- Read at least one other student’s summary on hardware and provide a peer review. A peer review is an evaluation of another student’s academic work. This could include but is not limited to taking a stand on the topic and providing evidence for/against it; providing additional information on the other student’s topic; posing questions about the topic and possible answers; demonstrating your understanding or application of the topic with examples. You may need to cite a source in your reply. Remember that if the information does not come out of your own head, you need to cite it.