The first version of the research paper (Assignment 5) should represent your successful achievement of all these stages. You may find yourself looping back through steps 10 and 11 again and again. Before finalizing your paper, check the Research Paper Style Sheet to make sure that you are not making any of the common errors in style and format. Please follow the guidelines there for writing, style, and presentation, including musical examples, quotations, and appropriate citation. Make sure that you have credited everything to its source, have enclosed quoted text in quotation marks or set it off as a block quotation, and have not inadvertently plagiarized anything. See Turabian's Manual , the Music Library guide to Music Citation—Chicago/Turabian Style , or the Music Library webpages on Footnotes and Endnotes and on Bibliographic Citations to make sure that your citation style is correct for both your notes and your bibliography. (Footnote form and bibliography form differ; a citation in a footnote or endnote is punctuated as if it were a single sentence, and a bibliography citation is punctuated as if it were three or more sentences. Make sure you get each format right and understand the differences.) When you're sure it's good to go--or you're at the deadline, whichever comes sooner—hand it in.