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View Resource Writing a Report

This is a pdf, from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, of step-by-step instructions for writing a report, including examples, hints and tips, as well as learning activities. It covers organization, first drafts, editing and proofreading, formatting and layout, and including graphics and visuals in your report. It's an excellent resource for any student in a technical program or for...

View Resource Learning Communities in College

Most technical students find math and English to be their biggest obstacle in technical education. Learning Communities are a way to combine math and English in the core classes. This website provides many key steps to help in the incorporation of these essential skills. While mostly catered towards teachers, this site could also be helpful for students wanting to aid in their development.

View Resource Communicating in Numbers and Words

The American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges (AMATYC) has compiled a collection of mathematics resources related to various subjects and disciplines. ?Math Across the Community College Curriculum? is the title of the collection, which includes great math resources and applications for educators and students alike. Carolyn Calhoon-Dillahunt and Tarik Lagnaoui of Yakima Valley Com...

View Resource Writing at Colorado State University

The Colorado State University has a rather wonderful set of online resources designed to help people become better writers. Most of these materials are offered right here on the Writing at Colorado State University website, where visitors will find ten different thematic guides. These guides deal primarily with writing in engineering, and they include Communicating as a Civil Engineer,...

View Resource Writing in College: A Short Guide to College Writing

The Little Red Schoolhouse writing course for graduate students and advanced undergraduates has been a staple offering at the University of Chicago for decades. Over the years, Lawrence McEnerney (Director of the University of Chicago Writing Program) and the late Professor Joseph M. Williams worked together to craft this fine guide to college writing. The guide was created with first and second...

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