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EGR 565 - Engineering Education (Poly)

How to write better -- books in ASU Libraries

Graduate Level +
The following titles provide graduate students, academics and post-graduate professionals with advice on preparing theses, dissertations, technical reports, journal articles and other types of documentation in the areas of science, engineering and technology.  Also check the ASU Library Catalog under the subject "Technical Writing" for more titles.   

Note: Descriptions come from publisher advertising and/or the book's introductory chapter and are frequently abbreviated for brevity and space considerations.

Undergraduate Level 

The following titles are geared for undergraduates and provide advice on writing essays and reports for high school/college assignments. 

Note: Descriptions come from publisher advertising and/or the book's introductory chapter and are frequently abbreviated for brevity and space considerations.

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