Research Paper â€“ Final Paper Instructions
Using the information and feedback gained from the Topic, Annotated Bibliography, and Working Outline, you will create a 10â€“12-page Research Paper on your approved topic. Your title page, abstract, and reference page do not count toward the required 10â€“12 pages. Also, you may not copy-and-paste your annotated bibliography into your final paper. At least 10 peer-reviewed journal articles must be used to support your paper, and current APA format must be adhered to. Review the â€œResarch Paper Exampleâ€ document provided to ensure you are formatting your paper correctly.
After completing your final draft, submit your Research Paper using the SafeAssign link provided in Module/Week 7. SafeAssign will help you judge the originality of your paper and avoid plagiarism. Plagiarism includes: a) failing to cite another’s work when you have used that person’s ideas, b) copying another’s work or just changing a word or two in a passage or phrase (even if you cite it), c) copying another’s work without appropriate quotation citation, or d) copying your own work without appropriate citation.
You may submit the paper 1 time via the draft link to check your score and make revisions, but only until the final due date.
Utilize the grading rubric provided to ensure your work follows expectations. Once you have made any needed changes, upload your paper into the â€œResearch paper â€“ Final Paper â€“ Final Submissionâ€ link found in Module/Week 7 under the â€œAssignmentsâ€ folder for grading.
My grade on the outline was insufficient.
I needed more peer reviewed articles for more information the subject. Annotated bibliography is a must.