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Technical Writing and Documentation

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Chemical Engineering Documentation

Mike Gascoigne discusses the need for technical authors in chemical engineering.


Guide to (English) Grammar and Writing

Charles Darling, Professor of English/Humanities at Capital Community-Technical College Hartford, Connecticut, provides a compendium of English grammar, usage, and writing information at the sentence, paragraph, and essay levels.


Guide for Writing a Funding Proposal

Instructions on how to write a funding proposal and actual examples of a completed proposal, by S. Joseph Levine, Professor at Michigan State University.


How do I document sources from the Web in my works-cited list?

Summary of the guidelines from the Modern Language Association (MLA) for citing sources from the Web.


How to Make a Great Poster

By Dina F. Mandoli, University of Washington, some ideas about how to get the most attention for your efforts.


How to Organize Your Thesis

A note by Prof. John W. Chinneck about graduate research and how to write Master's and Doctoral theses. Contains also a generic thesis skeleton.


Online Technical Writing

Learn how to write technical reports. Very good introductory online textbook provided by David A. McMurrey.


Writing Guidelines for Engineering and Science Students

From Michael Alley, Virginia Tech, and other contributing editors: formats, checklists, and model documents for several writing situations that engineers and scientists face.


Writing and Presenting Your Thesis or Dissertation

Ideas and hints that make the task of finishing a graduate degree easier, by S. Joseph Levine, Professor at Michigan State University.


Writer's Handbook

Stages of the writing process, common types of writing assignments, grammar and punctuation, improving your writing style, citing references in your paper, from the University of Wisconsin.