Evaluating Our New Look and Moving Online: Seeing Is Believing
Abstract:As I observed in my first editorial almost three years ago, “Technical communication isn’t the editor’s journal or the editorial board’s journal; it belongs to everyone in STC and in our profession who cares about its mission.” During the past year, the editorial advisory board and I have been asking our readers’ opinions about the journal’s redesign and the directions this publication should take in the future. We’ve also commissioned usability studies and carefully examined the technologies available for online publication. In this editorial, I’d like to share what we’ve learned and the directions in which we hope to move during the coming year.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: November 1, 1998
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