FORMAT FOR TABLE OF CONTENTS page 11 David B. Fankhauser, Ph.D. 14 June 1990, 28 Mar94, 5 July95, 25June96, 3July97, 3Jan98, 26Mar00, 22Mar01, 25June03, 2Jan04, 1July09 http://biology.clc.uc.edu/fankhauser/Labs/Keeping_a_Notebook/Table_of_Contents_Format.htm TABLE OF CONTENTS 1) Start a computer file soon , using the formatting suggested below for your table of contents and add to it as you perform each lab. It will save you time at the last minute before you turn in your notebook. When you get ready to turn in your notebook for grading, print out your completed table of contents. If you do not have a personal computer at home, go to the Computer Lab here at the college and use theirs. There are people to assist you there if you are new to computers or need help with the formatting. 2) Use the single-spaced tabulation format for your table of contents as shown below. Make an entry in your table for every page . If an experiment continues for several pages, some ditto marks may be used, but indicate the specific aspect or phase of the experiment found
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