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Document-Based Cases for Technical Communication

ISBN-10: 0312438516

ISBN-13: 9780312438517

Edition: N/A

Authors: Roger Munger

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With more than fifty examples of documents that students are likely to encounter in the workplace,Document-Based Cases for Technical Communicationoffers uniquely realistic writing tasks based on seven context-rich scenarios. The documents, from drafts of memos to web content and correspondence, also allow students to practice communicating effectively using the raw materials of workplace writing.
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Book details

List price: $9.99
Publisher: Bedford/Saint Martin's
Publication date: 3/14/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 72
Size: 7.25" wide x 8.75" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.330
Language: English

Graphics: Selecting and Presenting Data
Evaluate the Effectiveness of Graphics
Assess Communication Strategies
Create Effective Graphics
Design a Spreadsheet
Definitions and Extended Descriptions: Helping Your Readers Understand
Analyze Parenthetical and Sentence Definitions
Evaluate the Effectiveness of Definitions
Clarify Definitions with Graphics
Write Definitions
Letters, Memos, and E-mail: Considering Your Reader's Point of View
Evaluate an Internal Memo
Evaluate a Response to a Customer
Respond to Customer Claims
Reply to a Personal Inquiry
Proposals: Seeing Proposals through Reviewers' Eyes
Evaluate Proposals
Reflect on the Review Process
Respond to Proposals
Write a Proposal
Reports: Learning to Write in an Organization
Learn about an Organization
Learn about an Organization's Reports
Learn about Appropriate Report Content
Use an Organization's Style Guide
Instructions: Guiding Readers in Performing a Task
Interview a Subject Matter Expert
Evaluate Instructions
Write Instructions
Argue the Benefits of On-screen Instructions
Presentation Graphics: Highlighting Important Information
Evaluate a Presentation Design
Prepare for a Presentation
Present Information Visually
Create a Presentation