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Friday, 30 December

793. Technical Communication Research beyond the Classroom: Methods for Making Knowledge in the World

1:45–3:00 p.m., Park Tower Suite 8209, Marriott

Program arranged by the Association of Teachers of Technical Writing

Presiding: Stephen Bernhardt, Univ. of Delaware, Newark

1. “The Practice of Usability: Researching Student-Community Collaboration on User Involvement,” J. Blake Scott, Univ. of Central Florida

2. “Investigations into Computer Program Source Code: A New Area for Technical Communications Study,” Clinton Lanier, New Mexico State Univ., Las Cruces

3. “Internet-Mediated Research Using Surveys and Content Analyses,” John Killoran, Univ. of Colorado, Denver

4. “Embedded Choices: Cultural Mediators and the Making of Knowledge in Professional Writing Narratives of Technology,” Richard C. Hay, Univ. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

For copies of abstracts, write to denise.tillery@ccmail.nevada.edu.

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