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Report Writing

Online tutorial for report writing

Click on the image below to work through the online tutorial for report writing. There are activities for you to take part in along the way. 

Interactive Tutorial

Link to tutorial on Report Writing

Information and videos on the basics of report writing, including: purpose, structure, writing style and sections in a report.

These guides will introduce you to the basics of report writing, covering:

  • purpose
  • structure
  • writing style
  • sections of a report

The resources below are available in different formats to suit your learning style.

Full guide:

Content includes: the purpose of report writing; the structure of reports (generic advice, not School specific); and the writing style for reports.

Printable guide (PowerPoint)
Link to Power Point on Report Writing
Printable guide (PDF)
Link to PDF on Report Writing

Bite-size guides:

Purpose

Structure

Writing Style

Visual guide (PowerPoint)

Link to bite size visual Power Point on the purpose of report writing    

 

Visual guide (PDF)

Link to bite size visual PDF on the purpose of report writing    

 
Printable guide (PowerPoint)   

Link to bite size text based Power Point on the purpose of report writing    

 

Printable guide (PDF)   

Link to bite size text based PDF on the purpose of report writing

Visual guide (PowerPoint)

Link to bite size visual Power Point on the structure of report writing  

 

Visual guide (PDF)

Link to bite size visual PDF on the structure of report writing  

 
 Printable guide (PowerPoint)   

Link to bite size text based Power Point on the structure of report writing    

 

Printable guide (PDF)   

Link to bite size text based PDF on the structure of report writing    

Visual guide (PowerPoint)

Link to bite size visual Power Point on the writing style of report writing    

 
Visual guide (PDF)

Link to bite size visual PDF on the writing style of report writing    

 
Printable guide (PowerPoint)   

Link to bite size text based Power Point on the writing style of report writing    

 
Printable guide (PDF)   

Link to bite size text based PDF on the writing style of report writing    

How to include appendices (Printable guide)

Link to a printable PDF guide on how to include appendices   

 

Different sections of a report (Video)

Link to a video on the different sections of a report

Workshops

Link to Succeed@Tees workshops page with schedule and recordings of workshops                                                    

This session is aimed at undergraduates who are new to report writing in an academic context, but is suitable for any level of study.

On campus sessions require booking in advance, using the link provided, and are on a first come first served basis.

You don't have to book for online sessions, just join on the date listed using the link provided. (Please note there is a limit of 250 participants in the online session and this is on a first come first served basis).

The next sessions will run:

On campus:

  • Thursday 10 March 2022, 1pm-2pm - room TBC. Please note: you will need to book for this workshop and the activities will require access to a mobile device. Link to book: TBC

Online (via Teams):

Previous sessions:

If you need further information or any adjustments to fully access this session, please contact libraryhelp@tees.ac.uk in advance. 

Click on the image to see the programme of other webinars currently being offered. 

We are very interested to hear your views about any workshop you attend.

Please complete the feedback form after you have attended.

Further Reading

Click on the image to see additional useful resources

Link to online reading list of additional resources and further reading

Next steps

If you thought this information was useful you may want to look at some of the other Learning Hub guides aimed at helping students with assessments and exams.

Link to other Learning Hub guides aimed at helping with assessments and exams

Feedback

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