david at vastrepast.com
Thu Aug 23 14:42:20 PDT 2012
Oh I just opened up my research paper entry and YES of course there is a bibliography.
It is in the paper.
If it wasn't a paper it is after Areas for Further Research.
Sorry about that!
On Aug 23, 2012, at 2:34 PM, Terry Decker wrote:
>> I am using a new format (for me) for documentation that I really like.
>> Introduction - 1 paragraph introducing the project
>> Overview or Abstract - The core problem, situation or context
>> General Information - What? When? Where? Who? How? Why?
>> Review of specific parts of the project - This varies from project to project
>> Key Learnings
>> Areas for Further Research
>> Keep it short (of course this depends on the scope of the project but the above should be UNDER 10 double space, manuscript formatted pages)
>> Use appendix if you need more space for information.
>> I use this format for projects that are object based, research paper based and process based.
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