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Proposal - By: Wilmer Arellano FIU Spring 2010 Overview...

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Unformatted text preview: By: Wilmer Arellano FIU Spring 2010 Overview E-mails Introduction to Proposal Style General Recommendations Section Headings Writing References Title Page References One of the most impressive sites regarding technical writing. http://owl.english.purdue.edu / I encourage you to visit this Website. Purdue Universitys Online Writing Lab (OWL) IEEE (2006) TRANSACTIONS, JOURNALS, AND LETTERS, Information for Authors. Retrieved January 10, 2008 from IEEE Web site: http://www.ieee.org/portal/cms_docs/pubs/transactions/auinfo03.pdf C.W. POST CAMPUS APA Citation Style. Retrieved January 10, 2008 from Long Island University Web site: http://www.liunet.edu/cwis/cwp/library/workshop/citapa.htm E-mails I will use as my broadcast e-mail list the one that I get from Panther's Soft. I might reply to personal e-mail accounts if I received e-mails from them but I will not include them in my broadcast list. Please check that your FIU e-mail account is working. When you e-mail me please: Copy all your team members Include team ID and course # in the subject Include all the team names in the signature Official Notifications I will consider you informed of a particular topic when: I post it in the Website or When I e-mail your FIU account or When I announce it in class Introduction to Proposal Style Technical reports are used to communicate the results of: research, field work, proposals and other activities. Often, a report is the only concrete evidence of your work. The quality of the project may be judged directly by the quality of the writing. Most technical reports contain the same major sections , although the names of the sections vary widely, and sometimes it is appropriate to omit sections or add others. Always check for specific requirements and guidelines before beginning to write your research report. General Recommendations 1. Write on both sides paper (save some trees) 2. A 12-point Times New Roman font and single line spacing should be used for the text. 3. Headings can be done in bold or using a larger font. 4. 1 page margins have to be used. 5. The report pages have to be numbered throughout. General Recommendations Some of your Proposal Sections are going to remain identical in the Final Report....
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