Abstract:This issue contains reviews of Documenting APIs: Writing developer documentation for Java APIs and SDKs by James F. Bisso and Victoria Maki; Technical communication by Mike Markel; Technical writing: Process and product by Sharon J. Gerson and Steven M. Gerson; Concise Oxford English dictionary by Catherine Soanes and Angus Stevenson, eds. ; The new Oxford American dictionary by Erin McKean, ed. ; New Oxford dictionary for writers and editors by Angus Stevenson and Lesley Brown, eds.; From research to manuscript: A guide to scientific writing by Michael Jay Katz; Wiki: Web collaboration by Anja Ebersbach, Markus Glaser, and Richard Heigl; The trainer’s journey to competence: Tools, assessments, and models by Jean Barbazette; Training needs assessment: Methods, tools, and techniques by Jean Barbazette; Medical language: Immerse yourself by Susan Turley; The freelance writer’s bible: Your guide to a profitable writing career within one year by David Trottier; E-learning by design by William Horton; Introduction to DITA: A user guide to the Darwin Information Typing Architecture by Jennifer Linton and Kylene Bruski; Handbook of technical writing by Gerald J. Alred, Charles T. Brusaw, and Walter E. Oliu; How to write and publish a scientific paper by Robert A. Day and Barbara Gastel; Social learning in technological innovation: Experimenting with information and communication technologies by Robin Williams, James Stewart, and Roger Slack; Artful sentences: Syntax as style by Virginia Tufte; Technology matters: Questions to live with by David E. Nye; Web-based instruction: A practical guide for online courses by James Van Keuren; Designing effective online instruction: A handbook for Web-based courses by Franklin R. Koontz, Hongqin Li , and Daniel P. Compora; Visual grammar by Christian Leborg; Web accessibility: Web standards and regulatory compliance by Jim Thatcher and colleagues; The copyeditor’s handbook: A guide for book publishing and corporate communications, with exercises and answer keys by Amy Einsohn; English: Meaning and culture by Anna Wierzbicka; Web-based learning: Theory, research, and practice by Harold F. O’Neil and Ray S. Perez, eds.; The fine print of self-publishing: the contracts & services of 48 major self-publishing companies—Analyzed, ranked & exposed by Mark Levine; Beautiful evidence by Edward R. Tufte.
Document Type: Book Review
Publication date: May 1, 2007
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