defining technical communication

Defining technical - Vanessa Barela English 341 Defining Technical Communication Technical communication is a form of communication in the science

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Vanessa Barela June 13, 2007 English 341 Defining Technical Communication Technical communication is a form of communication in the science, technology, engineering, or business field that clearly depicts a technical message to a specific audience. Usually technical communication involves diagrams, pictures, and graphs that assist in the understanding of the document. The document can vary from an instruction manual, a textbook, a journal article, or a report. Technical communication can relay a complicated message in very simple terms that most anybody can understand. Technical writers are usually in charge of finishing a document, but if they are not available, a company must rely on the writing skills of their employees. I am currently a senior at New Mexico Tech majoring in Environmental Engineering with a minor in Technical Communication. The particular field I am interested in going into is the water resources fiend or majoring in Hydrology in Graduate School. Technical communication is extremely useful in the field and at school because we are
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course ENGL 341 taught by Professor Rowe during the Summer '07 term at NMT.

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Defining technical - Vanessa Barela English 341 Defining Technical Communication Technical communication is a form of communication in the science

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