Writing a Structured Abstract
An abstract is a summary of the essential elements in your research project. At minimum, include these sections in your structured abstract: Objective, Methods, Results and Conclusion. Use the questions below to guide you in answering these questions in your abstract:
A few tips about writing your structured abstract:
Academic Support for the University of Akron Students
Whatever topic you are presenting you will find research assistance/training and resources to help you prepare for your poster presentation.
Contact your professional librarian for subject support for all your information needs – find your librarian by subject, or find us on the first floor of the Bierce Library or the Science & Technology Library during most business hours. Alternatively, you can request a research appointment at:
Visit the UA Libraries Subject Guides, which are listed by specialty as a starting point for researching around your topic.
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