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Rude, Carolyn D. "Mapping the Research Questions in Technical Communications." Journal of Business and Technical Communications, vol. 23, no. 2, pp. 174-215

In her scholarly article “Mapping the Research Questions in Technical Communications.” Carolyn D. Rude explores the idea of Technical Communication’s research questions and research methodology. Rude does this by presenting a central research question which she claims all research within Technical Communications stems from. 118 more words

Technical Writing

Class Report: ENGL 062, 11 February 2019

After addressing questions from the previous week and before, discussion returned to concerns of summary; a review seemed warranted. Discussion moved on to treat concerns of organization and of paratext after. 84 more words


Making podcasts to share your learning I have read many posts on how students learn more when they teach others. And in our school that is done a lot.

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Sample Assignment Response: Draft Response Essay

Last week, noted here, I had another instance of encountering an assignment for students that did not demand a new sample from me. I was fortunate to have already developed a number of samples of the kind of work students were asked to do, so I gathered an assortment of them for ease of reference and left them for the students to read through. 637 more words


Heed instructions and be wise. And do not ignore it or neglect it.

-Proverb 8:33

One Liners


If you want to get a CBT (Compulsory basic training) license (up to 125cc), or to take the full motorcycle license then this post is for you.  341 more words


Grades Mean Nothing

When was the last time you received a grade as an adult. You probably haven’t and if you have you probably didn’t understand or agree with it (like my D- fantasy football draft grade errr). 292 more words