Content vs. Product: The Effects of Single Sourcing on the Teaching of Technical Communication
Explores the effects of single sourcing on the writing process in technical communication courses
Discusses how the practice of single sourcing changes the way we teach the writing process if we are to teach future technical communicators the process of single sourcing
Provides suggestions for incorporating the teaching of single sourcing into technical communication courses
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2003-08-01
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