Technical Communication: A Reader-centered Approach
Harcourt Brace College Publishers, 1998 - Communication of technical information - 643 pages
The title of this best-selling text has been changed from Technical Writing: A Reader-Centered Approach to Technical Communication: A Reader-Centered Approach to reflect the evolution of this field. Technical writers need instruction for communicating electronically as well as for designing and creating documents for an electronic medium, and Anderson provides it. Technical Communication is still a process-oriented text that focuses on audience and purpose while presenting important additional information on writing with new technologies.
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