Academic Research Paper Writing. 梁 淑 芳 正修科技大學應用外語系. Outline. 1. Writing from Research 2. Writing a Summary 3. Writing a Reaction Paper 4. What is APA style? 5. APA Referencing 6. Finding a Topic 7. Writing a Rough Outline 8. Beginning an Online Search
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1a Why Do Research?
1b Learning the Conventions of Academic
1c Understanding and Avoiding Plagiarism
1d Understanding a Research Assignment
1e Establishing a Schedule
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How to use the APA referencing style
How to reference / cite material
From reading, interacting with your advisor during independent study, or work on a research assistantship, some possible projects will emerge. Make a list of open problems and possible projects that are of interest to you, and discuss them with potential advisors.
Even after you have decided on your initial focus, it is important to continue a routine of reading new material and attending seminars. All of these sources can contribute to the development of your idea.
An excellent way to begin is just to free flow thoughts onto paper while brainstorming with your topic. Write down everything you think of, even if you will not use the information later. Once you have your thoughts down, it is time to start your rough outline. Select about three of your strongest points, and write them down.
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Currency: The timeliness of the information.
Relevance: The depth and importance of the
Authority: The source of the information.
Accuracy: The reliability of the information.
Purpose: The possible bias present in the
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Title in "quotes"
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1.For BOOKS, use the GIL Universal Catalog & do a
2. For ARTICLES, use GSU's catalog & do a
JOURNAL TITLE Search:
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1. Define a Topic
2. Gather Background Information
3. Find Books & Other Material
4. Search for Journal & Magazine Articles
5. Retrieve Newspaper Articles
6. Locate Information in the UST Library
7. Explore Web Resources
8. Evaluate Materials
9. Write the Paper
10. Cite Your Sources
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