A Research Guide for Students (AResearchGuide.com)  
The goal of this site is to provide all the necessary tools for students to conduct research and to present their findings. The site also provides guidelines on: How to write an A+ research paper, How to effectively deliver a presentation, How to format a research or term paper, How to quote passages, How not to plagiarize, How to write Footnotes and Endnotes with examples on writing First Footnotes and Endnotes in MLA Style plus a Footnotes Sample Page and an Endnotes Sample Page.
Research Papers, Citation and Reference Formats (Gallaudet.edu)  
Most students will have to write at least one research paper in their educational journey. This site has compiled some information that will help to make this process as painless as possible. When you write a research paper, you will have to borrow information from other people in order to prove your points. Any time you borrow information from another source, you must show in your paper where you found the information. This is called "citing" or "referencing." If you do not cite your source, it is called "plagiarism." It is illegal to plagiarize someone else's work or ideas. There are several different formats for citing sources in a research paper. You should check with your professor to find out which format he/she prefers. This site has compiled some basic guides to understanding different citation and reference systems: APA, MLA, Chicago (Turabian), ASA, I-Search, and CBE. 
How to Write a Research Paper (Infoplease.com)
Research papers are generally longer pieces of written work than essays. Writing a research paper involves all of the steps for writing an essay plus some additional ones. To write a research paper you must first do some research, that is, investigate your topic by reading about it in many different sources, including books, magazines, newspapers, and the Internet. In some cases you may also conduct interviews. The information you gather from these sources is then used to support the points you make in your paper. Writing a research paper also involves documenting your sources of information in footnotes or endnotes. This way the reader knows where you got your information and can judge whether it is reliable. This site providfes the steps to follow when writing a research paper.
How to Write a Research Paper (SocialStudiesHelp.com)
Writing a research paper is an important skill you need to learn. In order to do a paper properly you need to keep a few things in mind which will be outlined below. The most important thing is to be complete, be consistent and be thorough. Remember, the process is the important part. This Web site is an excellent guide to the correct way to write a research paper, including sample citations, more links to resources, and hints for success.

Sample Research Papers in MLA, APA, and Chicago Formats (Hacker Handbook Resources)
Great sample research papers that show you how the parts fit together. This site is an excellent stop on the Internet while you are teaching yourself how to write research projects.

Write Source: MLA Style
The Modern Language Association (MLA) is involved with the study and teaching of language and literature. MLA documentation style is used in many research papers, especially in middle and high schools. This page will help you correctly list your electronic sources in MLA style.

How to Write a Research Paper (eHow.com)
Writing a good research paper is a tough challenge, but breaking it down into smaller pieces helps a lot. This Web site breaks down writing a research paper into twelve steps and includes several tips and warnings. This site is basic and does not go into the detail that other sites listed on this page go into.

Links on "How to Write a Research Paper" from EducationIndex.net
This page is another list of helpful links to sites on writing a research paper. Some of these links are duplicated.