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Bookmark Collection:  Technical Writing Resources

Bookmark Collection Description:

This collection is a repository of resources for teaching ENG 313- Intro to Technical Writing


Course:

In this course you'll learn how to do the following:

  • Demonstrate a reader-centered approach to writing

  • Define your objectives 
  • Plan your writing by
    • determining what you need to say to achieve your communication objectives
    • organizing the information you decide to include
    • organizing your communication's contents effectively
    • devising strategies for persuading your readers to take the positions and actions you advocate
  • Draft your writing by
    • arranging it into readable, persuasive paragraphs, sections, and chapters
    • writing effective beginnings and endings
    • developing a clear, concise, interesting style
  • Evaluate your writing by checking it yourself and having others review it.
  • Revise your writing

    

Date Added to MERLOT: August 05, 2013
Created by: Suzanne Gord

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Bookmarked 08/05/13
I plan on using this resource in conjunction wiht Turn It In as a... More
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This could be a good resource for brushing up on basic grammar skills. More
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I use this resource already. It's fantastic! More
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This is a resource I'd like to try for peer reviews. More
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These quizzes could be used for students to use as self-checks More