(II) RESEARCH REPORT (/20 marks, 10%) The research report accompanies your visual systems map. It is a written summary of your research findings. It is the narrative version of what is depicted on your map. The research report, however, should also include key insights and lessons learned in your analysis and the insights you have (new perspectives gained, for example) from doing systems thinking research on your topic. What to include in the Written Summary: A written summary of the research findings – not exceeding 3,000 words, excluding footnotes. This should be submitted as a Word file (.doc or .docx). Summary of the main research findings including: 1. Understanding of the challenge landscape; 2. Understanding of the existing solutions efforts; 3. Identification of impact gaps and levers for change; and 4. Identification of key insights and lessons learned. BIBLIOGRAPHY (/10 marks, 5%) : You must submit a complete, properly formatted bibliography that cites the sources used throughout the research. Your bibliography should include a diverse range of sources and materials, from academic texts and articles to op-eds, NGO reports, statistics, and/or interviews. When possible, you should include links so that the reader can navigate to the source themselves, and so that you can support the future research of others interested in the topic. If you are inserting a chart or table borrowed from an external source in your presentation, please add a caption immediately next to it to show that it is from another source (for example, ‘Source: Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report 2012’). While Humber College generally recommends the APA method for citation, you may use whichever citation method you are most familiar with (and please feel free use the same style that you plan to use in your thesis paper). The bibliography should be submitted as a Word file (.doc or .docx).