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7.02/10.702 SciComm Meeting 6: Title and Abstract SciComm Agenda--Meeting 6 1. Some end-of-semester announcements. 2. Oral presentations on Halloran and Moore articles. 3. Assessing SciComm goals. 4. PPT on writing Abstracts and Titles. 5. Abstract-writing exercises. Ex. 1: Abstract scramble. Ex. 2: Abstract assembly. 6. Peer feedback on LTP Discussion Respond to the person who posted his/her LTP Results BEFORE yours. Response should be as an attached file. 1
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Some end-of-semester announcements Final draft of long-term project is due Friday, May 6 by 5 p.m. in my office or in my mailbox. Note: you’re welcome to turn it in early! You may also request an extension (via email) up to 5 p.m. on May 12 . Sign up for a 15-minute conference to meet with me in my office where you’ll submit and get feedback on your LTP title and abstract, get back remaining work with my comments, and have an opportunity to ask me questions. Tips for Revising Long-Term Projects Be sure that all of your sections correspond but at the same time are capable of being understood on their own (i.e, interdependent and independent). Include illustrations (at least two) on a separate sheet after the body text (i.e., don’t fitz with inserting illustrations into your text). You do not need to turn in preliminary drafts with your final draft. Hand in 7.02/10.702 SciComm assessment form with your LTP. 2
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Grading Criteria for L-T Projects Project is complete. Abstract summarizes effectively. Introduction orients the reader. Methods, Results, and Discussion contain appropriate information. Conclusion provides broad perspective. Details specified to appropriate length. Needless complexity avoided. Illustrations clarify or augment text and legends provide appropriate information. Language is clear, concise, accurate, and
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