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Transcript of Research Process
Details (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Choose a Time Period
and a Related Topic:
Renaissance or Middle Ages Black plague Queen Elizabeth morality plays code of chivalry Protestant Reformation Bloody Mary women's role in society NOT the Harlem Renaissance Find articles and books
related to your topic. Look for an aspect of your topic you want to concentrate on. Remember that this topic
will eventually be turned
into a thesis statement. Also make sure you can
find plenty of articles and
information in books. Good note taking
helps you avoid plagairism. Don't forget your citations. Paraphrase information from books and articles. Use AVL or Google Scholar to search.
Look for websites that have a .edu, .org, or .gov
domain. Samford's Library
has access to excellent
databases not found on AVL. Include a position. Let the research guide. Make sure you
can prove it. Create an outline. Look for more
information to fill
in holes in your
outline. Write your
rough draft. Have your draft
Peer Reviewed. Write your final copy. Check your formatting. Check for misused words that spellcheck won't catch.