Structure 1

Appendices are placed after the reference list. Appendices serve to provide additional or supporting information that, while not crucial to an understanding of the main facts and conclusions, may be of further interest or use to the reader.

The body of the report should only contain information that is directly relevant to the discussion. Information that indirectly supports the discussion should be placed in the Appendices.

Appendices should be relevant. They are not a dumping ground for extra visuals or written information.

Appendices may include:

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Peter identifies how to use references well (56s):

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