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Writing Technical articles

Writing good technical articles is indeed a challenge, takes a lot of your personal time, requires doing a lot of research. And you should have a passion for writing and reading as well. If you don't like reading, trust me you will not be able to write either. Let's get to the 5 tips now:

WRITING TECHNICAL ARTICLES

 

Writing good technical articles is indeed a challenge, takes a lot of your personal time, requires doing a lot of research. And you should have a passion for writing and reading as well. If you don't like reading, trust me you will not be able to write either. Let's get to the 5 tips now:

 

1. First and foremost, you should have a fair amount of expertise on the topic you are writing. Never write an article on a topic which you are not confident. Make sure you work out all steps and give fair amount of information to your readers to know what needs to be done when things go wrong. Focus on this one topic, and make sure it is to the point. Include lots of working samples, with clear explanations. If you really want to write and have no clue where to start with, the best place to begin writing is in your own blog.

 

 

4. 2. Writing Style and Title. Since you are writing a technical article, make sure the language is as simple as possible. This is to make sure readers who are not native English speakers are also able to get

a good grasp of your article without going back and forth to the dictionary. Let your article be reader friendly. Having a catchy title is very important to get the attention. This doesn't mean When taking notes of a meeting don't try to write everything down. Concentrate only on what is relevant and what decisions are taken.

 

     Write up the minutes from your notes as soon as possible after the meeting while it is still fresh in your mind. If you cannot do this, then at least read through your notes so that you make sure you understand them and can fill in any gaps.

 

     When writing the minutes from your notes use plenty of numbered points and subheadings so that everything is clear.

 

     Always use the past tense and it is often better to choose the passive rather than the active voice. (It was agreed..., it was decided...) These two examples also demonstrate the empty 'it' construction. It is useful in minutes because they should be impersonal; so avoid the use of 'we' and 'us'.

 

     When you have finished the minutes and had them typed-up, always check them carefully for accuracy of content and also for correct spelling and punctuation.

 

     When complete, minutes should be circulated to all the people who attended. They can then be signed at the start of the next meeting if everyone agrees that they are accurate.

 

            And a very important point: the format for minutes varies from organization to

 

organization. There is no right or wrong way - be guided by what's usual in your company.

 

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that you can have a title to grab the attention, and the article itself doesn't even come closer to the title.

 

 

       Write a Rough Draft. We all have learnt in our Language classes that every article should have 3 sections; introduction, body and finally the conclusion. Make sure you read it 2-3 times before you actually send it out for publishing. If you have a family member or a colleague, ask them to take a look. Always better to have a second pair of eyes, right?

 

       Comments. Make sure if your readers have any questions or difficulties that you try to respond to them as quickly as possible. Always be on top of your article. Even if the comments are not appropriate, make sure you don't go into a war of words. Try to convey your message in a polite way, and if you think you can't be polite; just don't respond.

 

       Resources: Provide links to all articles you think will be useful for the reader to get additional information. This should be either at the end of the article or even better is to provide links when and where you are referring to them. If you have referred any books, list them as well. This will give a clear idea to the reader to look out for more details.

 

FORMAT FOR JOURNAL ARTICLES

 

Summarizing a journal article is the process of highlighting and presenting a focused overview of completed research studies. A journal article summary provides potential readers with a short descriptive commentary, giving them some insight into the article's focus. Writing and summarizing a journal article is a common task for college students and research assistants alike. You can learn to read the article effectively with an eye for summary, plan a successful summary, and write it to completion

 

ARTICLES IN MAGAZINE

 

Summarizing a journal article is the process of highlighting and presenting a focused overview of completed research studies. A journal article summary provides potential readers with a short descriptive commentary, giving them some insight into the article's focus. Writing and summarizing a

 

journal article is a common task for college students and research assistants alike. You can learn to read the article effectively with an eye for summary, plan a successful summary, and write it to completion.

 

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