It is relatively easy to surf the World Wide Web and look for websites that can provide you with examples of how to write a research paper, or is it?
After trying different search engines, the information was not as easy to decipher as originally thought. The search engines were sending information around in circles.
The online tutorials were very informative, and generally gave very clear instructions. But, some of the web sites offering this type of support would let you watch part of the presentation and then it would stop and ask you to sign up to the website. For some of these sites you needed to give details of your debit or credit card , for others it just required you to register you name and email address and receive emails regarding updates and offers.
Education is obviously a very lucrative business.
Some of the best examples to date, thought are actually on college or university web sites. If you are attending the college or university you will have a password to access this information. The best advice here is - use it. Tutors, Lecturers and Professors have obviously approved the information you need to produce your research paper. There are also added advantages.
Another source to tap into is the library. Most Librarians will be happy to offer advice and support as to where you should be focusing your attention. They may also be able to show you examples or suggest examples that have been useful to other students.
Advice is to look at the information you have on a very local level but do not discount tutorials and information that you can access online.