Gather all your notes from all sources
and arrange them in the order of your outline. If
you have used note cards, this will be easy. Be sure
you have addressed all the points in your outline.
Check to see if there is information missing.
Think about what you've learned
to create your unique perspective on the topic. If
you have information you don't understand, ask someone
to explain it to you before you use it! Draw conclusions
based on the evidence you've found in your research.
These conclusions are your original creation!
Prepare a Works Cited List
Whatever format you use to present what
you have learned (research paper, poster, multimedia
presentation, PowerPoint slide show or anything else)
you must give credit to all the sources you used for
your research. A bibliography is a list describing
the sources you used for your research. (“Biblio”
refers to books and “graphy” refers to
description.) Since we use online sources as well
as books, you may call your source list “Works
Cited” if you prefer. If you have questions,
check out So
You Think You Can CITE.
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make an outline, and even write your research paper
in GoogleDocs. No more lost or misplaced notes; all
your work on NoodleBib is always available online!