Submitted by Adam Johnson / Harvey Mudd College on Wed, 04/29/2020 - 17:50
My Notes

This came through my twitter feed today and I thought I would share. I'm linking to McNeil's "Resources" page which has a lot of useful info, but I am specifically talking about the "How to Write a Paper" pdf docuemnt that came from her group taking a few group meetings to discuss what made a good paper. I think this is definitely someting I will keep in mind as I work on my writing this summer!

This pdf gives examples of both good and bad, as well as what her group though about as they made up this resources. It includes secions on titles, abstracts, TOC graphics, introductions, R&D, conclusions, and chemdraw, as well as things to consider for ESI.


Learning Goals

A student will learn what a real live research group thought about putting together a manuscript, and see some useful tips and pointers for assembling thier own manuscript or report.

Implementation Notes

I intend to share this with my summer research studnets and thesis students. Especially as we are moving into a writing phase of research here in summer 2020.

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