Technical Writing

Who Should Attend
Ideal for scientists, managers, and professionals for whom English is a second language, with personalized grammar and vocabulary review. This course is highly recommended for scientists and technical professionals seeking to develop a mastery of the communication skills required in an increasingly digital age.
Objectives
Course Content

This is a 10-week course that begins the 2nd of every month.

In addition to providing a solid foundation with templates and flowcharts for reports, technical documents, summaries, recommendations, annual reports, and more, the course provides one-on-one mentoring in collaborative work, presentations, e-mails, discussion board postings, weblogs, website analysis and design, and more. In addition, the course looks at ethical issues in digital and print communication, and provides support and effective techniques for collaborative and individual revision activities.

This course is newly revised (2005) and gives users access to Dr. Susan Nash's widely acclaimed and adopted Writing Survival Guide.

This course is particularly useful for professionals involved in writing research papers, proposals, dissertations, theses, and technical monographs.

  • Abstracts // Technical Papers
  • Grammar / Style / Revision
  • Proceedings // Proposals

Exercises and Exams administered by instructor via email.

$300
$300
Expires on
01 January, 9999
Tuition
100 people
Limit
5.4
CEU
Includes textbook.

 

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