|Item type||Location||Call number||Copy||Status||Date due|
|BOOK||Foothills Lab||T11 .L455 2007 (Browse shelf)||1||Available|
|T11 .D37 1984 Style and readability in technical writing :||T11 .H59 1984 Reporting technical information /||T11 .K34 1985 Elements of the scientific paper /||T11 .L455 2007 Scientific writing :||T11 .M418 1986 How to write and publish engineering papers and reports /||T11 .M418 1986 How to write and publish engineering papers and reports /||T11 .M418 1990 How to write and publish engineering papers and reports /|
Part I: The reading toolkit -- Require less from memory -- Sustain attention to ensure continuous reading -- Reduce reading time -- Keep the reader motivated -- Bridge the knowledge gap -- Set the reader's expectations -- Set progression tracks for fluid reading -- Create reading momentum -- Control reading energy consumption -- Part II: Paper structure and purpose -- Title: The face of your paper -- Abstract: The heart of your paper -- Headings/Subheadings: The skeleton of your paper -- Introduction : The hands of your paper -- Introduction Part II: Popular traps -- Visuals: The voice of your paper -- Conclusion: The smile of your paper.
|Scientific writing : by Lebrun, Jean-Luc. ©2007
World Scientific, (Hackensack, NJ ; | London :) xii, 210 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.