Keeping a project notebook

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Handout – Keeping a Project Notebook Introduction Keeping a project notebook is an integral part of developing any project and or research. Certain guidelines should be followed to protect legal and intellectual rights for a given project or for the purposes of research documentation. Read through the following guidelines and use them to keep a project notebook for your project. Tools Needed A project notebook should have a sewn binding. This way, if a page is removed, the binding comes undone and the notebook falls apart. Missing pages often signify that data has been tampered with, and a sewn binding (as opposed to glue or spiral) assures that this has not happened. This does not necessarily mean you need an expensive notebook. A good composition book (as long as the binding is sewn not glued) is relatively cheap and will work just as well (Figure 1.) You can find one in the MSC bookstore or at almost any office supply store. For the same reasons that a sewn binding is needed, all the
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