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Here are links to PDFs of the slides I've been showing you in class related to writing your report for the first module:
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Here are the slides I showed and the handout I distributed in class on 10/23 related to writing your report for the second module:
 
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[[Media:ScientificRhetoricOverview.pdf|Overview of Scientific Writing and Rhetoric]]
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[[Media:20.109_F07.pdf|Overview of Scientific Writing and Rhetoric]]
 
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[[Media:WritingResultsMethods.pdf|Writing Results and Methods sections]]
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[[Media:Guide_to_Scientific_Writing.pdf|A Guide to Scientific Writing]]
 
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[[Media:WritingIntroDiscuss.pdf|Writing Introduction and Discussion sections]]
 
 
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Also, don't forget to check out the [[20.109(F07):Guidelines for writing a lab report]].
Also, don't forget to check out the [[BE.109:Guidelines_for_writing_a_lab_report | Guidelines for Writing a Lab Report]].
 
 
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Revision as of 12:04, 23 October 2007

Here are the slides I showed and the handout I distributed in class on 10/23 related to writing your report for the second module:

Overview of Scientific Writing and Rhetoric
A Guide to Scientific Writing

Also, don't forget to check out the 20.109(F07):Guidelines for writing a lab report.

The following are helpful places to do further investigation into good writing.

  • Writing Up Research
    A fairly comprehensive explanation of the components of the research article from the Asian Institute of Technology.