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Solving Problems in Technical Communication Paperback – January 4, 2013
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workplace situations that technical communicators often encounter. . . . Solving Problems is an ideal book for students in upper level undergraduate or graduate courses in technical communication. Yet, with its insightful chapters detailing professional development, new media, and visual rhetoric, the book is also valuable to experienced technical communicators, who will find content that is applicable in today’s competitive, mediainfluenced workplace."
About the Author
Johndan Johnson-Eilolais professor of communication and media at Clarkson University. He is the author of Datacloud, coauthor of Writing New Media, and coeditor, with Stuart A. Selber, of Central Works in Technical Communication. Stuart A. Selber is associate professor of English at Penn State. He is the author of Multiliteracies for a Digital Age and the editor of Rhetorics and Technologies and Computers and Technical Communication.
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Overall, the collection is highly useful, valuable, well structured, and comprehensive.
Steve Bernhardt, University of Delaware
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great essays. They truly represent what technical communication does for society.Published 9 months ago by Amazon Customer