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Ethics in Technical Communication: Shades of Gray
Partial table of contents: SETTING THE STAGE. Dilemmas, Values, and Shades of Gray. Value Analysis Helps Us Resolve Ethical Conflicts in Technical Communication. Code of Ethics. TEN VALUES INExpand
Ethics for editors: an analytical decision-making process
Editors face ethical dilemmas when conflicts arise between their loyalties to readers, to authors, and to employers. They can systematically resolve such conflicts by applying an analyticalExpand
Strategic open data preservation: Roles and opportunities for broader engagement by librarians and the public
T he June 2017 ACRL/SPARC Forum at the ALA Annual Conference focused on recent efforts to build cooperative programs to ensure persistent access to open data, including science data provided by theExpand
Analyzing the MISO Data: Broader Perspectives on Library and Computing Trends
We analyze data collected by 38 colleges and universities that participated in the Measuring Information Services Outcomes (MISO) survey between 2005 and 2010 and show marked differences in how faculty and students use the library. Expand
Using organizational communication to manage technical change
  • L. Allen
  • Engineering
  • IPCC 91 Proceedings The Engineered Communication
  • 30 October 1991
A case study of an effective plan for organizational communications in connection with the implementation of computer-aided software engineering is discussed. Expand
Guides: Digital Research Methods Workshop Series: General Resources
  • L. Allen
  • Computer Science
  • 14 September 2016
Guides: Digital scholarship: Overview: Home
Ethics in Action: A "No-Talk" Workshop