Sharing Our Intellectual Traces Narrative Reflections from Administrators of Professional, Technical, and Scientific Programs
By Denise Tillery, Ed Nagelhout
December 30, 2015
As colleges and universities across the country continue to deal with regular decreases in state funding, technical communication programs, in particular, are being forced to "do more with less." As budget cuts become the new normal, the long-term health of technical communication depends on our ...
By Nicole Amare, Alan Manning
December 30, 2013
Communicative visuals, including written text, have a diverse range of forms and purposes. In this volume, the authors show that it is possible to both describe and explain the major properties of diverse visual-communication forms and purposes within a common theoretical framework of information ...
By Tracy Bridgeford, Karla Saari Kitalong, Bill Williamson
April 30, 2014
Administrators of academic professional and technical communication (PTSC) programs have long relied upon lore--stories of what works--to understand and communicate about the work of program administration. Stories are interesting, telling, engaging, and necessary. But a discipline focused ...
By Lisa Meloncon
November 30, 2014
Rhetorical Accessability is the first text to bring the fields of technical communication and disability studies into conversation. The two fields also share a pragmatic foundation in their concern with accommodation and accessibility, that is, the material practice of making social and technical ...