In today’s episode of the podcast we are talking all about why you should write your results at the end of a research project. There are so many reasons, but probably the most important is that the act of writing about something helps you make connections and solve problems. And of course, it also helps you to leave the project knowing that you can pick it back up in a year and know exactly where you were when you left off.
We will talk about choosing the correct voice. This depends on your reader. Then we will talk about the elements of a research report, including strategies for adding data in tables, footnotes, document numbering, subheadings, and so on. We will also be discussing the difference between creating a summary of findings and the conclusion.
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