Digital Literacy for Technical Communication 21st Century Theory and Practice
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Copyright year: 2010
Publication date: 11/4/2009
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
Shane J. Maddock is professor of history at Stonehill College. He is coauthor of American Foreign Relations: A History and editor of The Nuclear Age.
|Transformations in Our Work|
|Computers and Technical Communication in the 21st Century|
|The Effects of Digital Literacy on the Nature of Technical Communication Work|
|New Foundational Knowledge For Our Field|
|Shaped and Shaping Tools: The Rhetorical Nature of Technical Communication Technologies|
|Information Design: From Authoring Text to Architecting Virtual Space|
|Content Management: Beyond Single-Sourcing|
|New Directions in Cultural, Cross-Cultural, Audience, and Ethical Perspectives|
|Human + Machine Culture: Where We Work|
|Understanding Digital Literacy Across Cultures|
|Addressing Audiences in a Digital Age|
|Beyond Ethical Frames of Technical Relations: Digital Being in the Workplace World|
|Editor and Contributor Biographies|