ODonnell-Markel - Chapter 1 & 2 Slides

ODonnell-Markel - Chapter 1 & 2 Slides - COM 2610...

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COM 2610 Chapters 1 and 2 Introduction to Technical Communication
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Who Produces Technical Communication? Technical professionals. Technically trained individuals do a lot of writing, including e-mails, letters, proposals, and reports. Technical communicators. Technical communicators create documents such as manuals, proposals, reports, sales literature, Web sites, letters, journal articles, and speeches.
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Intro to Technical Communication This course considers technical communication in industry, and Technical communication in your career, such as: What are typical technical communication in your field?
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Characteristics of Technical Communication ± Communication in this class will: ± Address particular readers. ± Help readers solve problems. ± Reflect an organization's goals, culture. ± Be collaborative in nature. ± Use design to increase readability. ± Consist of words or graphics or both. ± Be produced using high-tech tools.
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Students develop communication that is: Honest
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