Writing for an audience workshop

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Footnoting/Writing for an audience

footnoting

Here is an extra reference for Chicago style footnoting at University of Wisconsin


Please reference each example correctly.

Writing for an audience

It is important to have an audience in mind when you write. For this exercise you will be given an audience and you will be able to choose an image. You have 20 minutes to write a wall panel for an exhibition, maximum 250 words, aimed at your target audience. Your colleagues should be able to tell you who you are writing for after you read your text panel aloud.

Further Reading

Some links on essay writing and referencing:

http://www.eslbee.com/advanced_composition.htm

http://www.slideshare.net/pemiller/addressing-your-audience-1370664

http://www.victoria.ac.nz/library/resources/guides/referencing.html#guidesection.1170


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