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p. 1/1 ENV 4001: E NVIRONMENTAL S YSTEMS E NGINEERING Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering University of South Florida Semester Project Prof J A Cunningham Handout #6 Spring 2011 The sixth and final part of the group project that is due is the final draft of your paper. Here are the parameters: It is due on Tuesday, May 3, by 4:45 PM. Each group should submit one hard copy, stapled or otherwise fastened. The final draft counts for 50% of the project grade. You can submit your paper to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering on the 3rd floor of the ENC (Engineering III) building. Use the department’s time stamp so I will know you submitted your paper on time. Then, ask the receptionist or office staff for help in delivering the stamped paper to my mailbox. Format and length should adhere to the guidelines described in the initial handout.
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Unformatted text preview: Use APA style for your references. A cover sheet is not required (save paper) as long as your names are indicated clearly.  You must include at least 10 references. Web sites don’t count towards your 10. You must give complete bibliographic citation for your references, using proper format for the citations. The references can be the same ones you submitted previously, or you can make changes from your previous list. Your reference list does not count against the page limit.  Please, refer to the ENV 4001 writing rubric to see the criteria on which you will be evaluated. How do you think your report fares in each of the 10 categories? If you have questions about the requirements, ask the instructor....
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This note was uploaded on 06/12/2011 for the course ENV 4001 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at University of South Florida - Tampa.

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