Abstract:This issue contains reviews of Writing public policy: A practical guide to communicating in the policy-making process by Catherine F. Smith; Technical communication: A practical approach by William Sanborn Pfeiffer; Learning rants, raves, and reflections by Elliott Masie, ed.; The non-designer's type book by Robin Williams; Gurus, hired guns, and warm bodies: Itinerant experts in a knowledge economy by Stephen R. Barley and Gideon Kunda; The other blended learning: A classroom-centered approach by Diann Wilson and Ellen Smilanich; Developer to designer: GUI design for the busy developer by Mike Gunderloy; Professional CSS: Cascading Style Sheets for Web design by Christopher Schmitt, Mark Trammell, Ethan Marcotte, Dunstan Orchard, and Todd Dominey; Attitudes and opinions by Stuart Oskamp and P. Wesley Schultz; Publishing a blog with Blogger: Visual QuickProject guide by Elizabeth Castro; Getting the words right: 39 ways to improve your writing by Theodore A. Rees Cheney; Technical report writing today by Daniel G. Riordan; Managing e-learning strategies: Design, delivery, implementation and evaluation by Badrul H. Khan; Handbook of visual communication: Theory, methods, and media by Ken Smith, Sandra Moriarty, Gretchen Barbatsis, and Keith Kenney, eds.; Defining visual rhetorics by Charles A. Hill and Marguerite Helmers, eds.; The Zen of CSS design: Visual enlightenment for the Web by Dave Shea and Molly E. Holzschlag; Gainfully employed: A guide to resume writing, job hunting, and effective interviewing by Gary Michael Smith; Technical writing A-Z: A commonsense guide to engineering reports and theses by Trevor M. Young; Master VISUALLY creating Web pages by Joe Kraynak; Don't make me think : A common sense approach to Web usability by Steve Krug; Learning together online: Research on asynchronous learning networks by Starr Roxanne Hiltz and Ricki Goldman, eds.; Cross-cultural communication: Perspectives in theory and practice by Thomas L. Warren; New Hart's rules: The handbook of style for writers and editors by R. M. Ritter, adapter; Professional and technical writing strategies: Communicating in technology and science by Judith S. VanAlstyne; Exploring medical language: A student-directed approach by Myrna LaFleur Brooks; Bulletproof Web design: Improving flexibility and protecting against worst-case scenarios with XHTML and CSS by Dan Cederholm; Applications of nonverbal communication by Ronald E. Riggio and Robert S. Feldman, eds.; Write it right: The ground rules for self-editing like the pros by Dawn Josephson and Lauren Hidden; Associated Press stylebook by Norm Goldstein, ed.
Document Type: Book Review
Publication date: August 1, 2006
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- Technical Communication, the Society's journal, publishes articles about the practical application of technical communication theory and serves as a common arena for discussion by practitioners. Technical Communication includes both quantitative and qualitative research while showcasing the work of some of the field's most noteworthy writers. Among its most popular features are the helpful book reviews. Technical Communication is published quarterly and is free with membership.
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