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How to Write a Journal Report The format of a journal report depends on the intended audience, subject content, purpose of the report, and guidelines of the intended publication. [ A journal report, also called a journal article, is usually created for online and/or paper publications, but can also be written for face-to-face presentations such as a research or project report for fellow
students/instructors or business associates. Organize information from the problem or issue identified to recommendations for improvement. A logical progression of headings aid understanding. Difficulty: Moderate Instructions things you'll need: Research data Data analysis References How to Write a Journal Report 1 Ask yourself basic questions: What is the reason for writing the report? What type of report is required? Who is the intended audience? What are the specific writing guidelines of the intended publication? Note answers to your questions as these will inform you on how to develop your journal report. 2 Outline the report with appropriate headings. Basic headings include an introduction, background, methodology, results, data analysis, conclusion and implications and recommendations. Fill in the sections as you find/develop relative information. Keep the most important points at the top in each section with the information of lesser importance below. 3 Write an introduction. Include a summary of the important points. In this section, briefly cover the purpose of the report, the problem/issue explored, and how and when it was explored. Include why the journal report is important. What does the particular research add to the already existing body of knowledge? 4 Write the body of the report. Include a section on the methodology used to gather data. Another section should cover the data gathered and analyzed supported by appropriate visuals such as tables, graphs and charts. Keep it as simple or complex as the anticipated level of intended audience and publication guidelines permit. 5 Include a section on the limitations experienced. ]
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Weegy: How to Write a Journal Report The format of a journal report depends on the intended audience, subject content, purpose of the report, and guidelines of the intended publication. [ A journal report, also called a journal article, is usually created for online and/or paper publications, but can also be written for face-to-face presentations such as a research or project report for fellow students/instructors or business associates. Organize information from the problem or issue identified to recommendations for improvement. A logical progression of headings aid understanding. Difficulty: Moderate Instructions things you'll need: Research data Data analysis References How to Write a Journal Report 1 Ask yourself basic questions: What is the reason for writing the report? What type of report is required? Who is the intended audience? What are the specific writing guidelines of the intended publication? Note answers to your questions as these will inform you on how to develop your journal report. 2 Outline the report with appropriate headings. Basic headings include an introduction, background, methodology, results, data analysis, conclusion and implications and recommendations. Fill in the sections as you find/develop relative information. Keep the most important points at the top in each section with the information of lesser importance below. 3 Write an introduction. Include a summary of the important points. In this section, briefly cover the purpose of the report, the problem/issue explored, and how and when it was explored. Include why the journal report is important. What does the particular research add to the already existing body of knowledge? 4 Write the body of the report. Include a section on the methodology used to gather data. Another section should cover the data gathered and analyzed supported by appropriate visuals such as tables, graphs and charts. Keep it as simple or complex as the anticipated level of intended audience and publication guidelines permit. 5 Include a section on the limitations experienced. ]









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