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Epistemic Theories and the Evolving Structure of Technical Communication

I’m taking the opportunity presented by my final project for EH 603 and using it to expand on some of the idea’s contained in blog post that I made for my personal website and make it suitable for submission to Intercom, the Society for Technical Communication’s magazine. My blog post, Structure and Assumptions in Technical …

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A White Paper Worth Writing

What if your company developed a tool that could save your customers $100,000? As a technical communicator, would you be interested in writing a white paper about it? My immediate answer was something along the lines of, “You betcha!” Working for a government contractor, I don’t always write about attention-grabbing subjects with big, financially impressive …

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Book Reviews for STC

As a graduate student enrolled in EH 603 Technical Editing, I am currently working on the final project for the course. For this project, students are required to create and edit a document of their own choosing. I have decided to write a book review for the journal Technical Communication with the intention of publication. …

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Book Review

Book Review for Pre-Suasion: Channeling Attention for Change by Robert Cialdini, Ph.D. This is the introduction by Rebecca Greer to part one of Project 3 for EH603, option 2 – Book Review – with Dr. Joy Robinson. Because this book falls in the business and communications categories, I will use: Sage Publishing guidelines on journal publications to format this …

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