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Internet-Based Workplace Communications: Industry and Academic Applications

   by Kirk St.Amant / Pavel Zemliansky

    Information Science Publishing
    01 October, 2004


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Editorial description(s):

About the Author
Dr. Kirk St.Amant is an Assistant Professor of Technical and Scientific Communication at James Madison University. He has taught both traditional and online courses on professional and technical communication for James Madison University, the University of Minnesota and Mercer University. He has also taught courses in international business, business leadership, business ethics, business communication, and distance education, for the USAID-sponsored Consortium for the Enhancement of Ukrainian Management Education and has taught courses in e-commerce and organizational communication for the Kyiv Mohyla Business School. He is a member of the Society for Technical Communication (STC) and serves on the IEEE Professional Communication Society';s Administrative (Executive) Committee. In addition to his research in international and intercultural communication, online communication, and knowledge management, he has published articles and book chapters on localization and international website design, online education, and e-commerce practices.

Pavel Zemliansky is an Assistant Professor in the Writing Program at James Madison University. He has taught both face-to-face and online courses in composition, rhetoric, and computers and writing at James Madison University, Florida State University, and Appalachian State University. His teaching and research interests include research writing pedagogy, computers and writing, and style and stylistics. Professor Zemliansky has published books, articles, and book chapters on teaching research writing, writing and technology, and teacher training.

Book Description
Internet-Based Workplace Communications: Industry and Academic Applications examines the different ways in which online media are becoming a part of and affecting educational and professional writing practices. By overvieiwng how Internet-based technologies affect the communication process, this timely book provides educators with a synopsis of the tools and techniques that could be applied to a variety of educational and professional activities. Similarly, by covering the uses of online media in communication education, this book provides employers with insights related to the Internet-related discourse skills of prospective employees. This book serves as a bridge between educational developments and industry practices, and readers from a broad range of backgrounds learn of different concepts, technologies, and techniques that can affect the online communication process.

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