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          <td valign="top" class="Verdana11"> <p>The following are helpful places to do further investigation into good writing.</p></td>
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            <li>[https://web.mit.edu/21.guide/www/home.htm The Mayfield Handbook]<font size="-3">&nbsp;</font> <font size="-3"><i>(must
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                      have [http://web.mit.edu/ist/help/cert MIT Certificates]
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              A rich resource for any scientific writer.</span></li>
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              <li>[http://web.mit.edu/writing/ The MIT Writing and Communications Center]<br />
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                Located in 32-081 (Stata Center basement), the Writing and Communications Center offers free one-to-one instruction on any aspect of writing.</li>
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              <li>[http://www.americanscientist.org/template/AssetDetail/assetid/23947?fulltext=true&print=yes The Science of Scientific Writing]<br />
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                A very useful article that analyzes the structure and style
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                    of scientific writing.</li>
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              <li>[http://www.languages.ait.ac.th/el21OPEN.htm Writing Up Research]<br />
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                A fairly comprehensive explanation of the components of the
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                    research article from the Asian Institute of Technology.</li>
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              <li>[http://web.clas.ufl.edu/users/mschafer/NeuroBiological/neurobiopage.html Writing in the Neurobiological Sciences]<br />
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                A scientific writing course from the University of Florida with many useful links.</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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                  A useful resource on scientific writing from Virginia Tech.
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                Includes many examples and additional links.</li>
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              <li>[http://www.mco.edu/lib/instr/libinsta.html Instructions to Authors in the Health Sciences]<br />
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This site provides links to instructions to authors for over 3,500 journals in the health and life sciences.</li>
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Revision as of 16:38, 12 March 2006

Here are links to PDFs of the slides I've been showing you in class related to writing your report for the first module:

Overview of Scientific Writing and Rhetoric
Writing Results and Methods sections
Writing Introduction and Discussion sections

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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