Technical Writing Advice

I also write a blog called The Art of Scientific Communication.  It’s aimed primarily at graduate students in engineering and science who are faced with the daunting task of writing a thesis and who could use some help and advice to make the experience less stressful and overwhelming.  However, the advice I’m posting on that blog will be useful to anyone who is facing a technical writing challenge including practicing engineers, undergraduates in science and engineering or technical school students.

Here are some examples of posts on The Art of Scientific Communication blog:

Writing your thesis or report – where to start?

Say  – what the heck is a paragraph anyway?

The “four drafts” approach to speed writing…

Consistency – an important step in the preening process…

Content preening – or how NOT to torture your thesis committee…

Using figures and tables effectively…

How to write your Introduction, Abstract and Summary

Steps for writing  your Literature Review

Writing a winning scholarship proposal

Please check it out and let me know what you think!

I’ll also be posting advice on designing and delivering effective presentations, as well as advice on effective teaching.

Please check it out and let me know what you think!

Click this link to visit The Art of Scientific Communication.

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