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Note: Chat will be offline for the break weeks (6/17 - 7/4) and will resume on July 5th, 2017.

Starting July 5th, chat will be available Sunday through Thursday.

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10am-4pm;
5pm-9pm
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Friday Offline
Saturday Offline
Sunday 5pm-9pm CT

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Answered By: Cassie Sampson, Education & General Education Librarian
Last Updated: May 27, 2016     Views: 1275

Steps to follow:

  1. Choose a topic
  2. Find information 
    1. Identify the issues related to your topic
    2. Locate books, articles, and reports that give you background information and more
  3. Create and state your thesis
  4. Organize your thoughts and notes
  5. Make an outline
  6. Find more information, this time find content that supports your points
  7. Write your introduction
  8. Write the body of the paper
  9. Write the conclusion of the paper
  10. Set your rough draft aside for awhile
    1. Submit your paper to Grammarly, our automated proofreading service.
    2. Submit your paper to the Writing Lab in the Online Tutoring center!
  11. Edit and revise your paper
  12. Hand in your paper