E-booksDigital LibrariesUsing Other Academic LibrariesAudio Books
Databases By SubjectNewspapers
Oklahoma FactsU.S. Government WebsitesStatistics
Copyright for InstructorsAcademic Video Resources
Information Literacy Class 01: Welcome To The Information FogInformation Literacy Class 02: Taking ChargeInformation Literacy Class 03: Database Searching With Keywords & HierarchiesInformation Literacy Class 04: Metadata and the Power of Controlled VocabulariesInformation Literacy Class 05: Discovery Searches, Library Catalogs and Journal DatabasesInformation Literacy Class 06: Internet ResearchInformation Literacy Class 07: Other Resources and Case Studies In ResearchInformation Literacy Class 08: Learning How To Read For ResearchInformation Literacy Class 09: Organizing Your Resources To Write Your PaperInformation Literacy Class 10: Tips On Research WritingInformation Literacy Class 11: A Research Paper Clinic
This is the "Information Literacy Class 10: Tips On Research Writing" page of the "Springer Learning Center - Library" guide.
Alternate Page for Screenreader Users
Skip to Page Navigation
Skip to Page Content

Springer Learning Center - Library  

Last Updated: Mar 22, 2017 URL: http://swcu.libguides.com/home Print Guide

Information Literacy Class 10: Tips On Research Writing Print Page
  Search: 
 
 

Tips On Research Writing - Study Guide. You Will Need Your Textbook To Answer These Questions.

1. What are the three steps to take in first establishing an outline?

2. In a research paper or report, what should you cover first?

3. Explain the longitudinal and cross-sectional approaches to outlining discussion of more than one view on an issue.

4. Whare the two purposes of introductions?

5. Why describe before you analyze?

6. What are some things to remember if you want your paper / report to flow logically so that your reader can follow it?

7. What's a "bulge" in a research paper or report?

8. What is the mark of an educated person?

9. Explain types of flawed argumentation?

10. When should you not use quotations?  Do you agree with the author's position that your quotations should be few?  Why or why not?

11. Why would you use "notes" or "citations" in your research paper / report?

12. What should you avoid in a conclusion?

 

Persuasive Writing - Part One

 

Persuasive Writing, Part 2

 

Practice / Assignment

Take a research project you have recently done and run it by the suggestions in this chapter.  What would you change in the way it's been written?

 

Critical Thinking and the Educated Person

Types Of Bad Arguments

 

How To Write Research Paper: Creative Writing Lessons & Tips

 

Tips for Reporting Research Results in Research Writing

Description

Loading  Loading...

Tip