The changing face of technical communication: new directions for the field in a new millennium

@inproceedings{Zachry2001TheCF,
  title={The changing face of technical communication: new directions for the field in a new millennium},
  author={Mark Zachry and Kelli Cargile Cook and Brenton D. Faber and David J Clark},
  booktitle={SIGDOC},
  year={2001}
}
In this panel session, the authors identify four different factors shaping the future of technical communication: user-centered design, corporate universities, cross-disciplinary collaboration, and knowledge management. The authors each address how factors once considered external to the field of technical communication are now becoming thoroughly integrated with it. These four studies, in conjunction, suggest how the field of technical communication is becoming increasingly complex and how… CONTINUE READING

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