Technical Communication in the Age of the Internet

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Prentice Hall, 2002 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 305 pages
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Focusing on what to do, rather than on the theory of why it should be done, this practical, user-friendly guide explores common on-the-job writing/communication requirements. Comprehensive and current, it uses a learn-by-doing approach to cover writing and oral communication, along with current electronic communication opportunities. Chapter topics feature building blocks; reports; correspondence; oral communications; research and development; and grammar, usage, and mechanics. For individuals who want to communicate more effectively—on-the-job and in-their-life.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION The Development Process
1
Building Blocks
33
Reports
69
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Simon Maxwell is Director of the Overseas Development Institute and formerly a Fellow and Programme Manager at the Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, UK.

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