Making Sense: A Student's Guide to Research and Writing : Engineering and the Technical Sciences
The Making Sense series comprises five concise, readable guides to research and writing for use by students at all levels of undergraduate study. Designed especially for students in engineering, this book outlines the general principles of style, grammar and usage, while covering such issues as how to prepare proposals and project reports, how to write lab reports, and how to follow the conventions governing the use of diagrams and other graphics. This second edition of the book has new material on evaluating internet sources and avoiding plagiarism, as well as new and updated examples.
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Writing and Thinking
Keeping Notes and Doing Research
Writing Summaries and Abstracts
Writing a Lab Report
Writing Proposals and Project Reports
Giving an Oral Presentation
Writing in Other Contexts
Writing Tests and Examinations
Writing a Resume and Letter of Application
Writing for Readability
Common Errors in Grammar and Usage
Catchlist of Misused Words and Phrases
Weights Measures and Notation
Following Conventions for Graphics and Formatting
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Making Sense in Engineering and the Technical Sciences: Making Sense in ...
Margot Northey,Judi Jewinski
No preview available - 2012