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Phase III Information about Writing Center Consultations:
The UW Writing Center continues to offer online consultations to the UW Writing Community. Additionally, starting Monday, September 28, UWWC will offer face-to-face appointments to UW undergraduate students in Coe Library, Level 1.
To make a face-to-face appointment, visit WCONLINE and be sure to select the "Fall 2020 - FACE TO FACE ONLY" schedule.
Both client and consultant will follow university-advised measures to prevent coronavirus transmission. For more information on the campus plan, please check the official Campus Return page.
Citation Tools Research Guide
This link takes you to a University of Wyoming library guides page with multiple links to a variety of resources for Citation and Style guides.
Writing Science by
Call Number: e-Book
Publication Date: 2012
Writing Science begins by building core arguments, analyzing why some stories are engaging and memorable while others are quickly forgotten, and proceeds to the elements of story structure, showing how the structures scientists and researchers use in papers and proposals fit into classical models. The book targets the internal structure of a paper, explaining how to write clear and professional sections, paragraphs, and sentences in a way that is clear and compelling. The ideas within a paper should flow seamlessly, drawing readers along. The final section of the book deals with special challenges, such as how to discuss research limitations and how to write for the public. Writing Science is a much-needed guide to succeeding in modern science. Its insights and strategies will equip science students, scientists, and professionals across a wide range of scientific and technical fields with the tools needed to communicate effectively.