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Appropriate for technical writing courses.
This unique introduction to technical writing teaches students the practical and valuable ABC model-Abstract, Body, Conclusion. The text immerses students in various case studies and projects featuring a fictitious Canadian company, much like a potential employer of college or university graduates. The new edition of Technical Communication continues to offer clear guidelines for all documents, annotated writing models, realistic assignments, and a writing and grammar handbook, allowing students to place themselves in professional roles and to respond to realistic technical writing challenges. Additionally, updated Instructor Supplements and Text Enrichment Site allow for a more comprehensive study of the Technical Communications field.
Table of contents
Chapter 1 Process in Technical Writing
Chapter 2 Corporate Culture Today
Chapter 3 Organizing Information
Chapter 4 Page Design and Web Design
Chapter 5 Graphics (formerly Chapter 12)
Chapter 6 Patterns of Organization
Chapter 7 Process Descriptions and Instructions
Chapter 8 Email and Memos
Chapter 9 Letters
Chapter 10 Informal Reports
Chapter 11 Formal Reports
Chapter 12 Proposals and Feasibility Studies
Chapter 13 Oral Communication
Chapter 14 Technical Research
Chapter 15 The Job Search
Chapter 16 Style in Technical Writing
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Published by Pearson Canada (April 17th 2006) - Copyright © 2007