Technical Writing, Simplified

Author: Nell Johnson

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 336

View: 409

This book focuses on the essentials. It offers easily understood models (over 40 sample documents) and clear instruction, with a straightforward structure that makes it easy for the student to work through the book, adding knowledge while practicing different forms and skills. This textbook consistently receives positive reviews from community college and lower-level university students: "I loved how the text was set up, the chapters were easy to read through and understand." "... this is the first writing class that I've enjoyed reading the textbook. It's concise and informative without having my eyes glaze over every 5 minutes." The authors, two community college writing instructors, have created a very readable textbook that is both inexpensive and practical.
Technology & Engineering

Science and Technical Writing

Author: Philip Rubens

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 427

View: 952

With this new edition, Science and Technical Writing confirms its position as the definitive style resource for thousands of established and aspiring technical writers. Editor Philip Rubens has fully revised and updated his popular 1992 edition, with full, authoritative coverage of the techniques and technologies that have revolutionized electronic communications over the past eight years.
Reference

The Insider's Guide to Technical Writing

Author: Krista Van Laan

Publisher: XML Press

ISBN:

Category: Reference

Page: 346

View: 783

Every complex product needs to be explained to its users, and technical writers, also known as technical communicators, are the ones who do that job. A growing field, technical writing requires multiple skills, including an understanding of technology, writing ability, and great people skills. Whether you're thinking of becoming a technical writer, just starting out, or you've been working for a while and feel the need to take your skills to the next level, The Insider's Guide to Technical Writing can help you be a successful technical writer and build a satisfying career. Inside the Book Is This Job for Me? What does it take to be a technical writer? Building the Foundation: What skills and tools do you need to get started? The Best Laid Plans: How do you create a schedule that won’t make you go crazy? How do you manage different development processes, including Agile methodologies? On the Job: What does it take to walk into a job and be productive right away? The Tech Writer Toolkit: How do you create style guides, indexes, templates and layouts? How do you manage localization and translation and all the other non-writing parts of the job? I Love My Job: How do you handle the ups and downs of being a technical writer? Appendixes: References to websites, books, and other resources to keep you learning. Index
Technology & Engineering

Research Writing Simplified

Author: Raymond H. Clines

Publisher: Longman Publishing Group

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 79

View: 936

Presents a guide to the research process, with information and exercises on such topics as citing sources, summarizing, paraphrasing, direct quotations, plagiarism, and documented essays.
Technology & Engineering

The Technical Writer's and Editor's Handbook

Author: Thomas D. Wetzel

Publisher: Tate Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 405

View: 743

Do you have a pressing need to know about technical writing but don't know whom to ask or where to look? The Technical Writer's and Editor's Handbook provides a quick and easy way to answer your questions. Author Tom Wetzel draws from actual experiences of a successful technical writing career to explain the differences in various technical writing professions and the practical tools of the working technical writer's trade and their applications. Short, quickly digestible, and illustrated chapters support the development of technical proposals, training literature, magazine articles, technical advertisements, and press releases, as well as technical manuals and users' guides among other technical documentation. A practical day-to-day working tool, this guide and reference is an essential for the personal library of all practicing technical writers and other technical professionals including: a centsLogisticians a centsTechnicians a centsEngineers a centsManagers a centsStudents"
Business & Economics

Handbook for technical writing

Author: James H. Shelton

Publisher: Ntc Business Books

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 210

View: 630

Handbook for Technical Writing is an indispensable guide that will help you write and edit clearer, more forceful, more persuasive memos, letters, technical reports and documents. In 272 clearly, concisely written pages loaded with dozens of illustrations, examples, working assignments, and self-tests, the Handbook takes you step-by-step along the path to more effective communication. Section 1 shows how to match your objectives for a specific piece of communication to the needs and objectives of your audience. Section 2 discloses the six key steps you can use to make everything you write the best it can be: Planning; Organizing; Outlining; Rough Draft; Revision; and Final Draft. Annotations throughout highlight the most important and useful points and ideas. Section 3 gives a point-by-point analysis of every kind of technical document. Memos, reports, technical manuals, product operating instructions; and abstracts - you'll learn how to write every kind of document to achieve maximum impact. Section 4 gives fully executed examples of technical communications written by professional technical writers, with detailed explanations of how and why they communicate so effectively. A "Rules of the Road" Appendix of the basics of grammar and style rounds out this invaluable reference to help smooth your way to more polished and professional documents. In business and the technical disciplines the importance of having great ideas is surpassed only by the ability to communicate those ideas - clearly, efficiently, forcefully, persuasively. Handbook for Technical Writing is the one reference book that will give you the breadth of the big picture and the depth of detail to ensure your success everytime you write.
Language Arts & Disciplines

Research Writing Simplified

Author: Raymond H. Clines

Publisher: Longman Publishing Group

ISBN:

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 79

View: 927

Research Writing Simplified is the most concise research guide available—and the most effective. At only 80 pages it offers focused, sequenced practice in the skills and conventions of research writing, as well as practical advice and general guidance about the writing process. Exercises include summarizing, paraphrasing, and formatting direct quotations. Some answers are provided so you can also use Research Writing Simplified as a self-teaching guide
Language Arts & Disciplines

Computers and Writing

Author: Patrik Holt

Publisher: Intellect Books

ISBN:

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 387

View: 470

Contains a set of papers taken from 3rd International Conference on Computers and Writing, representing the comprehensive survey of the application of computers to writing to date. This book is suitable for audience, including researchers, both academic and commercial, interested in theoretical and applied issues related to computers and writing.