Engineering Communication

Engineering Communication

From Principles to Practice

eBook - 2009
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Engineering Communication is a core text that teaches engineers how to write and communicate effectively and professionally. Expertly designed to address the specific needs of engineering students, the text provides an understanding of how rhetorical and linguistic concepts can help solveeveryday problems in writing and speaking in the workplace. In addition to the standard skill of grammatical writing, the book teaches students how to write with precision and objectivity as well as how to assess and adjust for specific audiences. Theory and practice are bridged through a series ofprinciples (rather than steadfast rules) intended to help students examine, question, and refine their communication skills. This is a text written for engineers by engineering communication professionals.
Publisher: Don Mills, Ont. ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2009 (Norwood, Mass. : Books24x7.com [generator])
ISBN: 0195424883
9780195424881
Additional Contributors: Weiss, Peter Eliot 1953-
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