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               <li>[http://web.mit.edu/writing/ The MIT Writing and Communications Center]<br />
               <li>[http://web.mit.edu/writing/ The MIT Writing and Communications Center]<br />
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                 Located in 12-132 (Stata Center basement), the Writing and Communications Center offers free one-to-one instruction on any aspect of writing.</li>
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                 Located in 12-132, the Writing and Communications Center offers free one-to-one instruction on any aspect of writing.</li>
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               <li>[http://fbox.vt.edu/eng/mech/writing/%20 Writing Guidelines for Engineering and Science Students]<br />
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               <li>[http://http://writing.engr.psu.edu/ Writing Guidelines for Engineering and Science Students]<br />
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                   A useful resource on scientific writing from Virginia Tech.
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                   A useful resource on scientific writing from Michael Alley, an engineering education professor at Penn State.
                 Includes many examples and additional links.</li>
                 Includes many examples and additional links.</li>

Revision as of 16:45, 12 September 2008

Here are the slides I showed in lab on 9/11 related to writing your report for the first module:

Overview of Scientific Writing and Rhetoric

Also, don't forget to check out the 20.109(F08):DNA engineering lab report guidelines.

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.
 
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