Technical Communication

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Macmillan, Feb 3, 2009 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 767 pages
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Comprehensive and truly accessible, Technical Communication guides students through planning, drafting, and designing the documents that will matter in their professional lives. Known for his student-friendly voice and eye for technology trends, Mike Markel addresses the realities of the digital workplace through fresh samples and cases, practical writing advice, and a companion Web site — TechComm Web — that continues to set the standard with content developed and maintained by the author. The text is also available in a convenient, affordable e-book format.
 

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I'm doing assisgnments and cases in this book, and I find some cases to be extremely diffcult. Writing is not one of my strong suits, Im working on cases 10, and i feel like quitting.. the book gives good examples but the work is overwhelming at times.. I only wish I had the teacher edition..

Contents

III
2
IV
19
V
41
VI
57
VII
80
VIII
113
IX
149
X
176
XIX
458
XXI
478
XXII
500
XXIV
539
XXV
578
XXVII
607
XXVIII
629
XXIX
630

XI
198
XII
221
XIII
253
XIV
297
XV
341
XVI
362
XVII
389
XVIII
431
XXX
637
XXXI
683
XXXII
710
XXXIII
725
XXXIV
735
XXXV
741
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MIKE MARKEL is director of technical communication at Boise State University, where he teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses. The former editor of IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, he is the author of numerous articles and six books about technical communication, including Ethics and Technical Communication: A Critique and Synthesis.

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