A description of the work done by technical scientific communicators in a variety of professional settings. It includes an introduction and 12 chapters, each of which detail specific areas of practice, contain profiles of at least two technical communicators, and answer fundamental questions.Aerospace is a dynamic, cutting-edge industry that is prone to cyclic fluctuations in employment. ... For example, according to Dr. Steve Poltrock of Boeing Computer Services, more than 70 manuals and documents totaling over 92, 000 ... materials for flight and maintenance crews who must update their professional skills and learn new ones as advanced aircraft are placed into SO BARCLAY aamp; P1NELL1.
|Title||:||The Practice of Technical and Scientific Communication|
|Author||:||Jean A. Lutz, C. Gilbert Storms|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 1998|