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This research guide provides links to library databases and tips on how to search for information on proposing a solution to a problem. Tools are included for: periodical articles, eBooks, newspapers, and academically respectable reference sources. There is also a box dedicated to MLA citation.
Research Paper :
PROPOSING A SOLUTION
Isolate a problem you have had that needs a solution. Prove that the problem exists through your personal experience and research. Below is a brief list of potential topics:
2. Develop a sophisticated solution that is practical and can result in meaningful change, containing the following:
3. Provide supporting evidence in the form of direct quotes and paraphrases from at least FIVE sources, either traditional or online (at least 1 background source and 1 journal source). All of your sources must be approved by the professor.
4. Compose a 1,000-1,200 word essay in which you develop proof of the problem and the solution.
5. Submit prewriting, one rough draft, and copies of your sources.
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