This course will focus on the kinds of communication typically found in the workplace, and will include the major concepts of technical writing: audience analysis, ethics, collaboration, graphics and design, concepts common to all types of technical communication. In this course, the student will prepare letters, memos, instructions, proposals, and written and oral reports. Because the Internet has become an important tool in the workplace, it will also cover the basics of using the Internet as a research tool. (Prerequisites: ENGL101 or ENGL110)
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