Process PapersStudents producing entries in the exhibit, media, and performance categories* must also write a “process paper.” This paper introduces your topic, explains how you developed your entry, and documents your research. It is important to do a good job on this part of your entry because it is the first thing that people look at when evaluating History Day entries. The process paper contains three parts: the title page, a research description, and the annotated bibliography.*The research paper category requires a title page and annotated bibliography, but it does not include a research description.The process paper must be typed on plain white paper and stapled in the top left corner. It should be assembled in the following order: title page, research description, and annotated bibliography. Do not enclose the process paper in a cover or binder.Title PageThe title page includes the title of the entry, name(s) of the student(s) who developed the entry, and the age division and category of the entry.