Online Tutorial for Computerized Information in Agriculture
 
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Introduction

Module A (1) Assessments
Module A (2) Organization of Information
Module A (3) Identifying
Module A (4) Referencing
Module A (5) Managing

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assessments :: audience

Before you launch your research, you need to know who your potential audience is as well as what you want to communicate.

For example, if your audience is your professor and classmates, you will need to include scholarly references in respective disciplines. Your audience also determines the depth of the information that you will present. Your audience also determines the depth of the information that you will present, and the voice that you will present it in. You would not communicate information the same way to your brothers and sisters as you would your professors, and sometimes you must appeal to an audience whose politics differ. Therefore, it is crucial to know who your audience is before you start your research.