which you would like to conduct an in-depth investigation:
Note: The above topics are also the basis of the discussion questions. You may use up to three resources found by yourself or your peers as resources for the paper.
Research paper basics:
8 – 10 pages in length
Minimum six (6) sources – at least two (2) from peer reviewed journals
Include an abstract, introduction, and conclusion
See rubric for more detailed grading criteria
Submitted through Turnitin – must be original work – similarity score of 30 or less to be graded
Some good questions to ask yourself before turning in your research paper:
Is the paper of optimal length?
Is the paper well organized?
Is the paper clear and concise?
Is the title appropriate?
Does the abstract summarize well?
Are individual ideas as similated well?
Are wording, punctuation, etc. correct?
Is the paper well motivated?
Is interesting problem/issue addressed?
Is knowledge of the area demonstrated?
Have all key reference be encited?
Are conclusions valid and appropriate?
Submit your final research paper here. Make sure it follows the rubric as outlined in the Course Syllabus.