Technical Communication Todayremains the only text to fully centralize the computer in the technical workplace, presenting how it is used throughout todayâ€™s communication process.
- Computer Science
- Computer Modeling
- Neural Interfaces
- Computer Programming
- Distributed Computing
The text is based on a solid core of rhetorical principles.
Clear instruction not only describes technical documents, but it guides the user through the activity of producing them.
Technical Communication Today foregrounds computers as a thinking toolâ€“helping communicators to draft and design documents, prepare material for print and Web publication, and make oral presentations.
It more accurately reflects the modern day computer-centered technical workplace.
Technical Communication Today epitomizes the shift in technical communication from literal-linear created to visual-spatial created documents.
This evolution, which has been provoked by the ubiquity of the computer as a communication tool, is changing fundamental writing and reading processes.
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