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How to write a journal article
How to write a journal article
How to write a journal article
How to write a journal article
How to write a journal article
How to write a journal article
How to write a journal article
How to write a journal article
How to write a journal article
How to write a journal article
How to write a journal article
How to write a journal article
How to write a journal article
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  • 1. How to write a journal article
  • 2. Make your article a story Introduction Summary/Conclusion Detailed description Background/ Lit review Functional description Test Results/ Validation Economic & IP Analysis
  • 3. INTRODUCTION Why this awesome project happened
  • 4. SUMMARY AND LITERATURE REVIEW Other people may have helped my awesome project along
  • 5. What is a summary/ lit review? Why do I need one?  Someone did something that made you want to do this project – talk about it  Someone has probably done something similar in the past  Someone has probably designed or created some of the bits your project uses
  • 6. Cite with Style • IEEE: http://standards.ieee.org/guides/style/ • Examples: http://www.ieee.org/documents/ieeecitationr ef.pdf
  • 7. Example: In-text Bockelman [1] and Lowe-Wincentsen [2] both postulate that student authors learn how to write proper citations. In her Copyright 101 talk, Lowe-Wincentsen [2], states that plagiarism can be avoided through proper use of citations. The Library website [3] has many resources to help format citations.
  • 8. Examples: Reference page Book: [1] J. K. Author, “Title of chapter in the book,” in Title of His Published Book, xth ed. City of Publisher, Country if not USA: Abbrev. of Publisher, year, ch. x, sec. x, pp. xxx–xxx. Journal/ Conference: [2] J. K. Author, “Name of paper,” Abbrev. Title of Periodical, vol. x, no. x, pp. xxx-xxx, Abbrev. Month, year. Web page: [3] Author(s). “Title.” Internet: complete URL, date updated [date accessed].
  • 9. FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION This is my project, it does these awesome things
  • 10. DETAILED DESCRIPTION My Project is so Awesome you will never believe how awesome it is. Give details about awesome things 1 – 1,000about my project
  • 11. TEST RESULTS AND VALIDATION To prove my project’s awesomeness, I tested it
  • 12. ECONOMIC AND IP ANALYSIS These things add up, but who can put a price on Awesomeness?
  • 13. SUMMARY/ CONCLUSION All the whos down in Whoville will sing about how awesome this project is.

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