Exploring the Rhetoric of International Professional Communication An Agenda for Teachers and Researchers
Exploding Technical Communication Workplace Literacy Hierarchies and Their Implications for Literacy Sponsorship
Online Education Global Questions, Local Answers
Word Processing for Technical Writers
Editing The Design of Rhetoric
Edited By George F Hayhoe, Helen M Grady
March 31, 2021
This book explores five important areas where technology affects society, and suggests ways in which human communication can facilitate the use of that technology.Usability has become a foundational discipline in technical and professional communication that grows out of our rhetorical roots, which...
By Carl R. Lovitt, Dixie Goswami
March 31, 2021
Presents a collection of fourteen essays that responds to the need for a more rhetorical conception of professional communication as an international discipline. This book challenges the adequacy of relying on preconceived notions about the factors that determine discourse in international ...
By Thomas T Barker
June 15, 1991
This book is designed to address the randomness of the literature on software documentation. As anyone interested in software documentation is aware, the field is highly synthetic; information about software documentation may be found in engineering, computer science training, technical ...
By O. Jane Allen, Lynn H Deming
June 15, 1994
"Publications Management: Essays for Professional Communicators" is a collection of essays designed for use in academic programs in technical and professional communication and for communication professionals in the workplace. The contributors include publications managers in the workplace and ...
By Remley Dirk, Charles H. Sides
November 30, 2014
Within the framework of New Literacy Studies, Dirk Remley presents a historical study of how technical communication practices at a World War II arsenal sponsored literacy within the community in which it operated from 1940 to 1960 and contemporary implications of similar forms of sponsorship. The ...
By Kelli Cargile Cook, Keith Grant-Davis
May 31, 2017
In "Online Education: Global Questions, Local Answers", 24 college educators focus on the most important questions to be addressed by all scholar-teachers and administrators committed to developing high-quality online education programs. We describe these questions as "global" because they ...
By R. John Brockmann
January 21, 2019
By 1838, over two thousand Americans had been killed and many hundreds injured by exploding steam engines on steamboats. After calls for a solution in two State of the Union addresses, a Senate Select Committee met to consider an investigative report from the Franklin Institute of Philadelphia, the...
By Sam Dragga, Gwendolyn Gong
June 15, 1989
This book is intended to familiarize readers with the theoretical basis and practical applications of the editing process. This involves the examination of the rhetorical canons-invention, arrangement, style, delivery; and the corresponding rhetorical objectives of editing - accuracy, clarity, ...
By Elizabeth Tebeaux
March 29, 2017
Examining books on different topics as these appeared during the Renaissance allows us to see developments in the use of graphics, the shift from orality to textuality, the expansion of knowledge, and rise of literacy, particularly among middle-class women readers, who were an important audience ...
By Miriam F. Williams
March 29, 2017
This book examines Texas regulations from the Texas Black Codes of 1866, some of the most deceptive regulations in Texas history, to contemporary Texas Child Care Licensing regulations, which perhaps symbolize some of the most audience-friendly contemporary regulations in Texas. The author focuses ...
By Tracy Bridgeford, Kirk St. Amant
October 30, 2015
In the field of technical communication, academics and industry practitioners alike regularly encounter the same question: "What exactly is it you do?" Their responses often reveal a fundamental difference of perspective on what the field is and how it operates. For example, academics might discuss...