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Do you feel overwhelmed when you try to pick the right resources to include in your research paper? Do you know how to properly cite your research sources? This workshop shows students how to …

Do you feel overwhelmed when you try to pick the right resources to include in your research paper? Do you know how to properly cite your research sources? This workshop shows students how to effective use the research they have completed and put those resources together into a properly cited and well developed research paper.

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  • 1. From Research to Paper:How to Write a Research PaperPresented byThe Northeast Center Office of Academic Support
  • 2. Agenda
    What is Research?
    Types of Research Papers
    Quick Overview -- Research Process
    I’ve Got All These Resources: Now What?
    Evaluating
    Sources
    Developing Your Paper
  • 3. What it is…
    “a process of research, critical thinking, source evaluation, organization, and composition.”
    SOURCE:
    http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/658/2/
  • 4. Two major types of research papers.
    Argumentative research paper: It’s all about persuasion…
    Analytical research paper: It’s all about the question and the thinking involved in answering it…
    SOURCE:
    http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/658/2/
  • 5. Research Process
    Organize Yourself
    Developing a Topic & Researching It
    Source Evaluation
    Organize Your Sources
    Compose/Revise Cycle
    Citing Sources
  • 6. Organize Yourself
    http://rpc.elm4you.org/
  • 7. Step 1 – Clarify the Assignment
    Step 2 – Develop Research Question/
    Thesis
    Step 3 - Identify Background Sources
    & Keywords
    Step 4 – Look at What You Found
    Step 5 – Refine Your Question/Thesis
    Developing a Topic & Researching It
  • 8. www.esc.edu/library
    http://commons.esc.edu/informationskills/
    http://commons.esc.edu/informationskills/resources/table-of-contents/
  • 9. Step 1 – Annotate & Find “THE” Quote
    Step 2 – Categorize
    Step 3 – Outline/Mindmap
    Step 4 – Plug-in the Resources
    Source Evaluation & Organization
  • 10. Compose
    Gather Information
    Organize
    Draft
    Revise
    ProofGet Feedback
    Re-proof
    Hand in
    https://bitly.com/UsingResearchPurdue