This issue contains reviews of Designing Web-based Training: How to Teach Anyone Anything Anywhere Anytime by William K. Horton; Handbook of Writing for the Mathematical Sciences by Nicholas J. Higham; High Tech Heretic by Clifford Stoll; Strategies for Business and Technical Writing by Kevin J. Harty; Information Appliances and Beyond: Interaction Design for Consumer Products by Eric Bergman; Beyond Book Indexing: How to Get Started in Web Indexing, Embedded Indexing, and Other Computer-based Media by Marilyn Rowland and Diane Brenner; Merriam-Webser's Manual for Writers and Editors by Mark A. Stevens, ed.; Merriam-Webster's Consise Handbook for Writers by Mark A. Stevens and Jocelyn White Franklin, eds.; Collaborative Web Development: Strategies and Best Practices for Web Teams by Jessica R. Burdman; How to Write & Present Technical Information by Charles H. Sides; Technology and Scholarly Communication by Richard Ekman and Richard E. Quandt, eds.
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Document Type: Book Review
Publication date: November 1, 2000
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