|Level 1, 2, 3, Master's and PhD level
|Bite sized lessons approximately 3-10 minutes long
Report Writing is an FAQ Canvas course packed full of interactive e-learning resources based around commonly asked questions such as: What is a report and how is it different from other types of academic writing? How do I get higher marks? and What are the sections of a report? Each question pack is answered in short but detailed slides to give you the best opportunity to fit the learning around your existing study.
This is a self-study Report Writing course, the content is covered through interactive content and Canvas quizzes. This means you can complete the course in your own time. The course is made up of the following questions:
What is a report and how is it different from other types of academic writing?
This lesson explores the main differences between report writing and an essay.
How do I get higher marks?
This lesson will consider what lecturers will look for in the grammar, language and critical thinking in order to get the highest marks.
What are the sections of a report?
This lesson looks through each section of a report in detail. Explaining what should and shouldn't be included in each part.
How do I display a formula?
This lesson will look how you can display formulas within your report using advanced techniques in Microsoft Word.
How do I number an equation and cross reference it in my report?
This lesson explores how to use advanced features in Microsoft Word to cross reference parts of your report.
Do I need references in my report?
This lesson, supplied by Swansea University Library Services, explores how you should use the two main referencing styles, APA 7th edition and Vancouver.
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