- Author:James W. Souther
- Publisher:Krieger Pub Co; 2 edition (June 1, 1984)
- Pages:93 pages
- Subcategory:Writing Research & Publishing Guides
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Technical report writing. by. Souther, James W; White, Myron L. (Myron Lester), 1918- joint author. Internet Archive Books.
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Technical Writing Management: A Practical Guide, Steven A. Schwarzman-This book will help veteran technical . Schwarzman-This book will help veteran technical writers the most. It covers how to interview, hire and manage technical writers, as well how to have a successful freelance career and run a technical writing agency. Technical writing : a reference for technical writers at all levels, by Diane Martinez, published by Kaplan Pub.
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Souther, James . hite, Myron . echnical Report Writing. New York : Wiley, 1977. Technical report writing /. James W. Souther, Myron L. White. Main Author: Souther, James W. Other Names: White, Myron L.
The Expanding Dimensions of Technical Writing. MOST OF US who teach technical writing today concentrate on assisting students in science, engineering, and other technologies to develop greater proficiency in written presentation. As important a. More). Writing as decision-making.
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The content of the book has so far been helpful with my Technical Communications class
The content of the book has so far been helpful with my Technical Communications class. The main issue I have had with the e-book version is the lack of proper page numbers. Most of my readings list page numbers.