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View Resource Writing Guidelines for Engineering and Science Students

Penn State University provides a great web resource for all engineering and science students with the models, exercises, and advice that it gives for over a half dozen type of documents they will likely encounter in their schooling and eventual professions. On the left hand side of the homepage visitors will find "Student Resources", "Instructor Resources", and links to the "Contributors", which...

View Resource Mathematical Association of America Writing Awards

The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) Journal Writing Awards honor the best mathematical writing from their various journals, and they also serve as a repository of great instructional resources for mathematics educators. The awards here include The Carl B. Allendoerfer Awards, the Trevor Evans Awards, and The Lester R. Ford Awards. Visitors can browse through all of the past winners, or...

View Resource A General Guide to Writing Scientific Research Reports

This reference provides instructions on how to write scientific reports. Topics include why we write reports, the basic format (introduction, methods and materials, results, and discussion, or 'IMRaD'), how to state a hypothesis, how to set up tables, graphs and figures, and how to write a discussion. There are also links to additional information, including a sample report, and a list of books...

View Resource Technical Writing Exercise

This learning activity by Brown and from the Mechatronics Education Center?s Project SHINE develops student technical writing skills. The lesson helps students understand the differences between literature and technical writing, while learning the processes, concepts and considerations used in technical writing. In particular, this activity aims to increase student understanding of sequential o...

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...

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