Good writing is a matter of attitude.
As an engineer or programmer, you understand your specialty; however it might not be easy to explain it to someone that isn’t in your same profession. When it comes to technical writing using the right words can help you tailor your tone to be either forceful or passive, or personal or impersonal. This video reviews how to use the right words to give you confidence when writing a document; and discusses how to avoid repetition and sexist language.
Center for Technical Communication
- Director of The Center for Technical Communication
- Freelance copywriter and business writing teacher
- Conducts regular seminars and workshops on numerous business writing, technical writing and copywriting topics
- Wrote, The Elements of Business Writing, a 140-page trade paperback, Pearson, over 150,000 copies sold, plus 90 other books
- American Institute of Chemical Engineers, International Association of Business Communicators
- B.S. degree in chemical engineering, University of Rochester
- Can be contacted at 973-263-0562, [email protected] or on Twitter® @Robertbly
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