List the general guidelines to follow as you create a paper: 1. Select a topic 2. Research and Take notes 3. Organize Ideas 4. Write 1st draft, referencing sources 5. Create the list of sources 6. Proof read and revise paper
Explain in detail what it means to evaluate sources and what the criteria for evaulation is: *Evaluate for authority, currency, and accuracy.
What are the questions to ask yourself as you proofread and revise a research paper: 1. Does the title suggest the topic? 2. Is the Thesis clear? 3. Is the purpose of the paper clear? 4. Does the paper have an introduction, body, and conclusion? 5. Does each paragraph in the body relate to the thesis? 6. Is the conclusion effective? 7. Are all the sources acknowledged?
True/False: *From within word, you can search through various forms of reference information (T) *Word never moves or adjusts automatic page breaks; however, word adjusts manual page breaks that follow an automatic page break.(F) *According to the MLA style, the first line of each entry on the works cited page begins at the left marging (T)
*You can use the rulers to: Set tab stops, change page margins, and adjust column widths. +Date viewed, title of website, website publisher or sponsor is required information for a citation for a website in MLA style.