Technical Communication Resources

The following resources are designed to improve engineering students' proficiency in the skills of technical communication and use of library resources.


USing and Citing Sources  
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Guidelines for using sources Academic Integrity and Avoiding Plagiarism
Choosing a citation style Choosing a Citation Style
APA citations Examples of successful citations in papers: APA Style
IEEE citations Examples of successful citations in papers: IEEE Style
General Writing Help  
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Concise writing Concise Writing: Sentence Structure and Wording
Coherent writing Coherent Writing: Make the Logic Clear
Compound sentences Compound Sentences and Coordination
Additional Help for non-native Speakers  
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Concise and precise writing Concise and Precise Writing: Strategies Learners of English Can Use
Technical writing checklist ESL Writer's Checklist
Research Paper Analysis  
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Parts of a paper Research Paper Organization and Content
Review papers Review Papers: Organization and Content

EAS 510: Technical Communication and Academic Writing for Non-Native Speakers of English

This course is primarily for SEAS graduate students who use English as a second language and who need to develop the communication skills for their academic and professional careers.  Learn more.