Introduction

Your introduction sets the scene for the rest of your report. Unlike titles and abstracts, introductions rarely have character limits. That means you have a little more space to express yourself. Use these extra words to grab your reader’s attention.

Your introduction should accomplish four things:

  • Provide context
  • Describe why you conducted this research
  • Explain what your team tried to do
  • Tell readers what to expect

Let’s begin at the beginning