All students who want to write better research and term papers may feel free to use this resource on daily basis.
This resource works on principle of daily updates with tutorials and manuals for starters and advanced writers concentrating on basic struggles and elements of research and paper writing. The MLA (Modern Language Association) format doesn’t require a cover page for a research paper, but some instructors do require one, and other writing formats also require a cover page.
For example Structure: Titles should be preferably written as a phrase, but if necessary, it may be a declarative sentence or a question.
In some cases, a journal’s Instructions to Authors will specify which style of title to use (e.g., descriptive or conclusive).
The journal usually specifies the length (word/character count) and format of the titles (Title case, middle aligned, etc.) as well.
In case of Japanese author names, some journals specify guidelines for formatting of author names (e.g., a comma should be placed between the author’s surname and personal name).Always (Part 1 – discussed in this post) The title is a major determinant of whether the manuscript will be read.It should draw the reader’s attention and interest and make them want to continue reading.Here is an example of a title page in APA style: More information: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) are a self-serve option for users to search and find answers to their questions.Use the search box above to type your question to search for an answer or browse existing FAQs by group, topic, etc.Here is an example of the first page if a cover page is used.You still need your last name and page number on the first page and every other page.In APA Style, the cover page, or title page, should include the running head, page number, title of the paper, your name as the author, and the institutional affiliation.Some APA sample papers also include an author’s note, but this is usually considered optional for student class papers.The Modern Language Association (MLA) does not require you to create a cover page when you complete your research paper, but some instructors may require it.If your instructor requires your paper to have a cover page, here is how to make it (very easy).