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  • Guide: Writing for the Web
    Pages Creating Your Site Choose Your Software Tools Create Your Web Pages Add Titles to Your Web Pages Define a Basic Layout Add Navigation Tools to Templates Format Text and Images Create Lists and Tables Add Media Elements Create Links Adding Special Effects Putting Your Site Online Obtain a Web Site Account Transfer Files to Your Web Server Set Permissions Testing Your Site Test Page Display Check Page Load Times Verify Your Links Announcing Your Site Use Email List Your Site Related Links Good Places to Start Web Style Guides Web Page Editors CSS Cascading Style Sheets JavaScript Tutorials and Resources Web Graphics HTML HyperText Markup Language Resources Print Friendly Format About this Guide Contributors Citation Writing CSU Guide Writing for the Web This guide provides a step by step discussion of the decisions writers make as they design and develop Web sites The guide is designed for writers it s not intended as a replacement for the many HTML tutorials you ll find elsewhere on the Web Instead it focuses on the key decisions writers make to achieve their purposes and meet the needs of their readers To learn more about writing for the Web follow the links to

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  • Teaching Guide: Writing Lesson Plans
    for their lesson while others use a brief outline Your approach to writing lesson plans will depend on various factors how well you know the material you re teaching how long you ve been teaching the kinds of teaching you ve done and the students you expect to have in your class There is no single formula for writing lesson plans but this guide will help you think through some

    Original URL path: http://writing.colostate.edu/guides/teaching/lesson_plans/ (2015-10-15)
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  • Guide: Writing the Scientific Paper
    write about scientific topics to specialists in a particular scientific field we call that scientific writing When you write to non specialists about scientific topics we call that science writing T he scientific paper has developed over the past three centuries into a tool to communicate the results of scientific inquiry The main audience for scientific papers is extremely specialized The purpose of these papers is twofold to present information so that it is easy to retrieve and to present enough information that the reader can duplicate the scientific study A standard format with six main part helps readers to find expected information and analysis Title subject and what aspect of the subject was studied Abstract summary of paper The main reason for the study the primary results the main conclusions Introduction why the study was undertaken Methods and Materials how the study was undertaken Results what was found Discussion why these results could be significant what the reasons might be for the patterns found or not found There are many ways to approach the writing of a scientific paper and no one way is right Many people however find that drafting chunks in this order works best Results Discussion

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  • Published Wikis
    page allows you to search for Wikis that have been published by their members These wikis are presented in read only form and do not include the members discussion forums shared blogs and ePortfolios or calendars Option 1 Search Wiki Titles Option 2 Search Last Names Browse Option 3 Browse the List of Published Wikis Tweet HELP SITE INDEX ABOUT THIS SITE CONTACT Writing CSU is an open access educational

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  • Published ePortfolios
    ePortfolios Welcome to Writing CSU s Public ePortfolio page This page allows you to search for individuals who have published their ePortfolios Option 1 Search ePortfolio Titles Option 2 Search Last Names Option 3 Search Email Browse Option 4 Browse the List of Published ePortfolios Tweet HELP SITE INDEX ABOUT THIS SITE CONTACT Writing CSU is an open access educational Web site supported by Colorado State University Content on this

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  • Related Websites
    gtPathways Writing Integration Initiative TILT TILT supports learning teaching and student success at Colorado State University CSU Quick Links CSU Home Page CSU Search CSU A Z CSU Directory CSU RamCT CSU Exchange Mail CSU Student Email Learning CSU Learning CSU supports instruction at Colorado State University It is supported by the Institute for Learning and Teaching Morgan Library University Libraries connects the Colorado State University campus and greater Colorado

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  • Browse Writing@CSU Blogs
    never forget the 70s era an age of trendy hip hop music and pop culture with jazzy outfits becoming the new trend and disco balls adorning the roofs of every dance floor possible This blog is dedicated to 70s disco parties and party supplies suri kala Tiwari turns into a lady in TV s Bhabhiji Description TV s Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hai 9th October Edit II has gained much popularity in short span of time with its unique concept of two neighbours sharing Elly Kleinman Elly Kleinman Description This is the personal blog of Mr Elly Kleinman the founder and CEO of Americare Companies Kleinman often discusses multiple topics in conversations and here he is trying to be as versatile as he can So this blog is a practically a personal journal Mona M First Blog Post Description None provided Mark N Tompkins Mark Tompkins Montrose Capital Description This blog is all about the latest developments in the business sector It is focused on stocks stock exchange economy news and everything else related to Mark N Topkins the CEO of Canaccord Neil Niren MD Neil Niren MD Description Neil Niren MD is a dermatologist from Pittsburgh PA and graduate from the Creighton University School of Medicine He constantly improves his practice through a variety of courses and workshops in order to provide the best possible service to his patients Michel Ramirez AE 20B 12 30 class Description AE 20B blog Kelly Ray Writing tips and tricks Description Every student teacher or tutor can find many useful and interesting pieces of advice on this writing blog Megan Reiser The Making of The Beatles Description None provided Robert Rudolph What you need to know about software development Description With this blog I hope to help students learn more about software development Bharat

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  • Writing Guides
    Quantitative Research Methods Scholarly Publishing Writing and Speaking Composing Processes Planning and Organizing These guides provide advice on composing processes such as developing ideas choosing and refining topics reading critically planning your document and organizing your ideas Use these guides to help yourself start and prepare to write a document Show Descriptions Understanding Writing Situations Understanding Your Purpose Adapting to Your Audience Choosing and Refining Topics Maintaining Your Focus Conducting Library Research Conducting Electronic Research Conducting Field Research Critical Reading Reading the World Wide Web Taking Notes Evaluating Sources Developing a Working Bibliography Developing a Research Question Planning an Argument Organizing Documents About the Writing CSU Guides These guides are the result of a joint effort of the Writing CSU project and the Colorado State University Writing Center Development of these guides began in 1993 when the original Online Writing Center was developed for campus use at Colorado State University Several guides were developed in Asymmetrix Multimedia Toolbook and then migrated to the Web in 1996 Over the years additional guides were developed and revised reflecting the efforts of many writers and writing teachers We thank them for their generosity You can learn who developed a particular guide by clicking

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