Covers gathering, organizing, and presenting technical information using standard business and professional formats, such as business correspondence, informal and formal reports, instructions, and others. Communication technology typical of the contemporary workplace is used.
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Geography, dates, location, gender & age are just a few of the ways you can narrow your research topic. We recommend starting with one of these resources:
This Keyword tutorial from Auburn University is described as:
This resource is intended for those who need to search a library database in order to find sources for research and writing activities.
Recognize that the careful selection of keywords can help focus your research
Apply strategies to select relevant keywords and synonyms for your own research
The Library of Rush University Medical Center has put together this guide that may help with your search.
There are common pitfalls writers tend to fall into. Relying too much on clichés or jargon to describe something, or accidentally using biased language can weaken the point you're trying to make. Here are a few resources help you develop your writing style without making these mistakes.