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Unformatted text preview: ESC101 – Engineering Science Praxis I – 20089 Lecture 10 Jason Foster & Rob Irish Organization / Formal Lab Report Reference Designs Redux + Experimental Design Final Lecture (course evaluations) Refective Port¡olio CIV102 Bridge Design Report Write your name at the top Share an example of when a fact or theory learned in class became relevant to your life Take a minute to share your example with a neighbour or two Drop your card in the bin on your way out 1 2 Jason Foster Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. Aliquam magna. Nulla blandit malesuada arcu. Suspendisse ultrices iaculis leo. Cum sociis natoque penatibus et magnis dis parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus. 3 4 Lecture 1 You have been engaging in praxis all term, right? (… and you’ve been keeping some records) Not to worry… there are still 23 days to start! (or to continue, if you’ve been proactive) Lecture 8 Refective PortFolio You will be refecting on your Studio and assignment activities Plan ahead… like last time there shouldn’t be any surprises Getting started To buy, beg, borrow, or steal? Lecture 9 Design a Vehicle Choose Lecture 6 Lecture 9 Should your team simply adopt this design? Should your team ask the original team for their drawings and calculations? FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING ENGINEERING COMMUNICATION CENTRE SANDFORD FLEMING B670, 35 ST. GEORGE ST., UNIV. OF TORONTO, TORONTO, ON. Online Handbook / Accurate Documentation / Using Sources, Paraphrase, and Plagiarism Using sources appropriately is often a difficult task. Writers have to negotiate A) Different Ways of Using Sources and B) The Dangers of Plagiarism. A. Different Ways of Using Sources: You can work citations into your writing in three ways: 1) General References, 2) Paraphrase, 3) Direct Quotation 1. General References: refer to the entirely to a study or set of studies rather than a specific page or concept. For example: A variety of high-speed ciné film and short- duration single-shot photographic techniques have been used to this end (Worthington 1908; Savic & Boult 1955; Watchers & Westerling 1966; Toda 1974; Akao et al. 1980; Inada et al. 1983). 2. Paraphrase: typically involves the summary of a single part of another author’s work. Single-shot flash photography yields better results than fast-motion movies (Chandra and Avedisian 1991:15). Note that the writer has included the page number here because the information comes from a specific point in the original work. Chandra and Avedisian's original looked like this: A variety of high-speed ciné film and short- duration single-shot photographic techniques have been used to this end (Worthington 1908; Savic & Boult 1955; Watchers & Westerling 1966; Toda 1974; Akao et al. 1980; Inada et al. 1983).The method which has yielded the greatest clarity is single-shot flash photography....
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This note was uploaded on 01/10/2011 for the course ENGSCI ESC101 taught by Professor Irish during the Fall '08 term at University of Toronto.

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