Enhancing the Quality of Student Papers
Shields, Patricia M.
This paper describes a new method for writing formal research papers. The organizing tool has been applied successfully for 15 years. The technique marks success in publications, award-winning student papers, graduate rates, and dollars. This method is particularly well suited for graduate students doing capstone projects or writing papers of 20 or more pages. Papers of this scale test a student's memory and organizational skills.
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Shields, P. M. (2001). Enhancing the quality of student papers. Paper presented at the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration Annual Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana.