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Scientific and Technical Writing
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Scientific and Technical Writing: On the web
Online writing and documentation
Technical writing and editing
Writing for the sciences
On the web
Other Style Guides
Careers and Internships
Research for distance students
New! Summon Power Search
Society for Technical Communication
Local chapter of Society of Technical Communication (Bowling Green)
Technical Writing articles from Article Directory
Tips, Tools, and News
Technical Writing Tips for Technical Writers and Managers of Writers
Instruction on audience analysis, the writing process, common errors, document design and editing
This Web site provides news for technical communicators.
I Heart Tech Docs
Tips and tools for technical/web writers and content developers.
useit.com: usable information technology
Usability guru Jakob Nielsen's Web site. This Web site provides information about software usability and user experience.
Technical Editors' Eyrie: Resources for technical editors
This Web site provides a place for technical editors to share knowledge and resources.
Elements of typographic style applied to the web
A practical guide to web typography.
Professional, technical writing
An interactive experience informed by type and typography; typoGRAPHIC aims to illustrate the depth and import of type, and to raise relevant questions about how typography is treated in the digital media, specifically online.
Resources for Writing Styles
The Elements of Style
Strunk & White
The Mayfield Handbook of Technical and ScientificWriting
Document's purpose, analyzing the audience, organizing the topics, drafting, revising, editing and collaborating with other writers
The OWL at Purdue
Links to websites about business and technical writing
Windows User Experience Interaction Guidelines
MSDN site listing Windows' guidelines for user experience
Writing Guidelines for Engineering and Science Students
Covers memos, letters, email, resumes, reports, proposals and articles
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