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Bme 1110 - Fundamentals of BIE Engineering
Fundamentals of BIE Engineering Documents

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Introduction to Research Writing ALYSOUN TAYLOR HALL OCTOBER 1 2014 Introduction to Research Writing Entering the conversation Conducting your literature review Establishing good research habits tools Getting ready to write Writing Introduction Abstract Body Conclusion Finishing your document General writing tips Resources About Me BA in English w Concentration in Professional Writing Certificate in Technical Writing MBA Program Coordinator for Ph D in Engineering Program Technical Writer Editor for CEPRO research group Adjunct Instructor for EGR 3350 Technical Communications for Engineers and Computer Scientists Entering the Conversation Research as an ongoing conversation You are being invited to join the conversation Start by listening to what s already been said Practice good manners Establishing Good Research Habits Document as you go Keep a research notebook journal Archive your data Learn to use available tools LaTeX http www cs wright edu jslater classes Thesis Dissertation html Be sure to check out Dr Slater s archiving data link RefWorks http www libraries wright edu writing help refworks Conducting Your Literature Search Conduct your own comprehensive search Start with current publications but be sure to check older resources as well Follow up on the works cited in relevant publications Talk to other researchers in your field Contact Phil Flynn Engineering Librarian for assistance with your search phil flynn wright edu 775 2533 Conducting Your Literature Search Document your search from the very beginning Use available tools and resources RefWorks http www libraries wright edu quicklinks refworks Jab Ref http jabref sourceforge net Getting Ready to Write Audience Analysis Who will be reading your document Types of Audiences General lay audience Expert audience Executive audience What do your readers know about your topic What do they need to know Tip As a writer you sound smart when your reader can understand your ideas Writing Your Introduction Write



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