Lab Report

503 WordsDec 11, 20113 Pages
Interesting and Informative Title Goes Here This should be a brief introduction – just a few sentences will do. Give your reader an overview of what the problem is, what your solution is, how the solution could be implemented, and what the benefits of that would be. Problem: This section should convince your reader that there is a problem with the current situation. You will want to use facts, research, etc. to establish that a significant problem exists. This section will probably be about a page in length. Solution: This section will clearly describe your solution. You will need to use sufficient detail and examples to help your reader understand exactly what you are proposing. You will need to convince your reader of two things: that your solution will improve the situation and that your solution is better than any other possible solutions. This section will probably be about a page and a half in length. Implementation: This section will focus on how you would make your solution happen. This section would cover money issues (though I don’t care about exact details here – you can make figures up), staffing issues, technology needed, training needed, etc. This section will probably be about a page in length. Benefits: This section is your chance to convince your reader to agree with your proposal; here, you’ll focus on convincing your reader that your proposal will bring about significant benefits. Obviously, there are no perfect answers, but you need to convince your reader that yours is the best choice. This section will probably be about a half-page long. Works Cited Anderson, Gail. asdlkfjasdf asdl;kfj asdlfjk asdfkl;j asedfl;kj asdf;klj asdflkj asdfl;kj asdfkl;j asdflkjasdfklj al;sdkfj asdflkj asdfl;kj asdfkljas dfklasdf asdl;kfj asdlfjk asdfkl;j asedfl;kj asdf;klj asdflkj asdfl;kj asdfkl;j asdflkjasdfklj

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