All students are required to write assignments. Despite this, there seem to be few books available that provide concise guidelines as to how to compile them. Those that are available are often outdated and complicated, and do not illustrate well how the information, once gathered, should be integrated and implemented. Assignment writing uses practical examples to show clearly how to approach and write an assignment. Assignment writing is aimed at all students needing to produce assignments to the standard required by tertiary institutions.
Chapter 1 Planning and writing
Chapter 2 Technical requirements
Chapter 3 Referencing techniques
Chapter 4 Formatting
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