Abstract:This issue contains reviews of Managing information quality: Increasing the value of information in knowledge-intensive products and processes by Martin J. Eppler; Writing for Science by Robert Goldbort; The dictionary of concise writing by Robert Hartwell Fiske; Search engine optimization for dummies by Peter Kent; Messages, meaning, and symbols: The communication of information by Charles T. Meadow; Perspectives on higher education in the digital age by Michael F. Beaudoin, ed.; CSS mastery: Advanced Web standards solutions by Andy Budd, with Cameron Moll and Simon Collison; Reading images: The grammar of visual design by Gunther Kress and Theo van Leeuwen; The accidental trainer: A reference manual for the small, part-time, or one-person training department by Nanette Miner; Idea mapping: How to access your hidden brain power, learn faster, remember more, and achieve success in business by Jamie Nast; Successful writing at work by Philip C. Kolin; Information development: Managing your documentation projects, portfolio, and people by JoAnn Hackos; Designing with Web standards by Jeffrey Zeldman; Academic writing consulting and WAC: Methods and models for guiding cross-curricular literacy work by Jeffrey Jablonski; Grammar snobs are great big meanies: A guide to language for fun and spite by June Casagrande; Dissertations and theses from start to finish: Psychology and related fields by John D. Cone and Sharon L. Foster; Pro CSS techniques by Jeff Croft, Ian Lloyd, and Dan Rubin; Online education: Global questions, local answers by Kelli Cargile Cook and Keith Grant-Davie, eds.; PHP solutions: Dynamic Web design made easy by David Powers; Web portfolio design and applications by John DiMarco; The design of sites: Patterns for creating winning Web sites by Douglas K. van Duyne, James A. Landay, and Jason I. Hong; Writing and digital media by Luuk van Waes, Mariëlle Leitjen, and Christine M. Neuwirth, eds.; Blogging for dummies by Brad Hill; Deliver first class Websites: 101 essential checklists by Shirley Kaiser; Becoming an author: Advice for academics and other professionals by David Canter and Gavin Fairbairn; Everyware: The dawning age of ubiquitous computing byAdam Greenfield; Sams teach yourself Web publishing with HTML and CSS in one hour a day by Laura Lemay and Rafe Colburn; Interactive online education: Implications for theory and practice by Charles Juwah, ed.; and Self-publishing for dummies by Jason R. Rich.
Document Type: Book Review
Publication date: November 1, 2007
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