Innovative Approaches to Teaching Technical Communication
Programs in technical writing, technical communication, and/or
professional communication have recently grown in enrollment as the
demand among employers for formally prepared technical writers and
editors has grown. In response, scholarly treatments of the subject
and the teaching of technical writing are also burgeoning, and the
body of research and theory being published in this field is many
times larger and more accessible than it was even a decade ago.
Although many theoretical and disciplinary perspectives can
potentially inform technical communication teaching,
administration, and curriculum development, the actual influences
on the field's canonical texts have traditionally come from a
rather limited range of disciplines. Innovative Approaches to
Teaching Technical Communication brings together a wide range of
scholars/teachers to expand the existing canon.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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