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Report Writing

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Palgrave

Pages: 128
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Pocket Study Skills

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Paperback - 9780230376557

31 July 2012

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Ebook - 9780230376564

16 September 2017

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Practical and concise, this is a student’s essential guide to writing effective reports. It shows students how to tailor report structures and conventions to different audiences and purposes and how to manage changes in...

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Practical and concise, this is a student’s essential guide to writing effective reports. It shows students how to tailor report structures and conventions to different audiences and purposes and how to manage changes in format and requirements, so that they have the tools to write reports with confidence. Real-life examples from a wide range of student reports demonstrate features of good report writing, and a comprehensive checklist keeps students on track.

This is an invaluable resource for all students who are required to write reports as part of their degree course. 

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  • Includes a section on visual communication in reports, with advice on how to present results in the most appropriate way
  • Features examples from a wide range of disciplines, including lab reports, social science reports and business reports
  • Based on the experiences of students and academic staff

Acknowledgements
Introduction
The Purpose of Reports
Gathering Your Information
Structuring Your Report
Business Plans, Project Proposals and Dissertations
Presenting Your Findings
Writing Concisely
Report Writing at Work
References
Useful Sources
Index.

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MICHELLE REID is a Study Adviser at the University of Reading, UK. She has researched the areas of student time management and report writing as part of the LearnHigher CETL, and is co-author of the Pocket Study Skills book Time Management. Michelle is vice-president of the Association for Learning Development in Higher Education (ALDinHE) and chairs the ALDinHE working group on professional development.

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MICHELLE REID is a Study Adviser at the University of Reading, UK. She has researched the areas of student time management and report writing as part of the LearnHigher CETL, and is co-author of the Pocket Study Skills book Time Management. Michelle is vice-president of the Association for Learning Development in Higher Education (ALDinHE) and chairs the ALDinHE working group on professional development.

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