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Technical Report Writing

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Date Added to MERLOT: March 10, 2000
Date Modified in MERLOT: March 07, 2013
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Author: NASA Send email to NASA 
Submitter : Carol Schneebeck

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Developed by NASA to assist scientists and engineers in writing technically correct and readable reports, this online guide offers nine chapters covering such topics as Stages of Report Preparation, Report Style, Review of Reports, and Author's Checklist and Report Writing Aids.


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Primary Audience: Professional
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Language: English
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Avatar for Bonnie Startt
2 years ago

Bonnie Startt (Faculty)

This is intended for people who have completed college and in most cases have received graduate degrees. While she does expect that they will already be familiar with what she has written, she does include hyperlinks to refreach their memories.

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Avatar for Bonnie Startt
2 years ago

Bonnie Startt (Faculty)

Excellent information for the level of people it is intended. These are people who are beyond basic college. Most will be above the master's level.

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Avatar for Troy Tenhet
5 years ago

Troy Tenhet (Teacher (K-12))

Wow! An older site but valuable in the realm of technical report writing.

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