How to write a research paper: simple tips for students

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Simple tips for research paper writing

 

The very first scientific work is always hard work. Especially it is not easy to do it if there is practically no experience in the preparation of such papers. In order to make the work interesting and meaningful, it is necessary to understand why students write scientific works at all. Such work is the result of some research, analysis (theoretical or practical), the quintessence of observations and thoughts of the author. It is not enough simply to analyze the sources, providing them with several comments.

Remember that other people will read your article, not always scientists; try to present the material briefly, but interestingly. The paper should be written in a scientific style, one of which is the popular-scientific style of presentation. Therefore, some liberties are allowed, but only to attract the attention of the reader and not to mislead him. All formulations and definitions should be clear and unambiguous. Do not lose the logical connections in the sentences.  To understand particularities of the writing process more deeply, you may check how professional writers do it.

We hope that our recommendations on how to write a research paper will be useful and you will get the good grades for your scientific works!

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Cen is a children’s librarian in Silicon Valley, and a children’s digital services consultant at LittleeLit.com. She has driven a bookmobile, managed branch libraries, developed innovative programs for babies, young children and teens, and now helps other libraries incorporate digital media into their early literacy programming. She attended the California State Library’s Eureka Leadership Institute in 2008 and now serves on the American Library Association's ALSC Children & Technology committeetaschen.

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