A Guide to Technical Communications: Strategies and Applications
by Lynn Hall, Leah Wahlin
Publisher: The Ohio State University 2016
Number of pages: 199
This textbook focuses on developing both technical and professional communication skills and will help readers practice strategies for critically analyzing audiences and contexts, real-world applications of rhetorical principles, and skills for producing documents, presentations, videos, and wide variety of other professional communications.
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