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organizing_information (1)

For many of our project tasks at RII, we oftentimes find ourselves organizing and summarizing what can seem like an overwhelming amount of information at first glance. However, experience has taught me that just a few simple steps to these types of tasks turns the seemingly insurmountable into something that is much more manageable and easy to accomplish. Some organizational writing tasks will easily lend themselves to an obvious form of organizing or the overall structure and discussion areas may be predetermined or required by your customer. However, for those tasks where you are determining the ideal organization based on the information and findings in the material itself, I find the following approach to be helpful: Know the purpose of the task Before diving in, be sure to understand the unique purpose and goal of your task. This includes an understanding of the research objective and especially the specific needs … Continue reading

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