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17 x 24 cm, 96 Seiten, 1. Edition 2015
ISBN 978-3-944449-44-9 (Softcover)
ISSN 2196-6206

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ISSN 2196-6206

Proceedings of the European Academic Colloquium on Technical Communication 2014

Volume 3

Autor(en): Löckinger, Meng , Bader, Cleary, Fritz, Straub, Peraldi
Herausgeber: European Association for Technical Communication - tekom Europe e.V.
Verlag: tcworld GmbH
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The third “European Academic Colloquium on Technical Communication” was held in the ICS International Congress Center in Stuttgart, Germany, on November 10, 2014. The topic of the event was “Technical Communication: A Research Perspective on Processes of Content, Language and Design.” This volume will keep you up to date on the latest trends in the field.

Über das Buch

This annual conference is organized by tekom Europe and targeted at European scholars in the field of technical communication and its related disciplines, such as translation, multilingual communication, localization, terminology, and information management. Since 2011, the European Academic Colloquium on Technical Communication Studies (EAC) has served as a significant venue for the dissemination and sharing of technical communication research and practices in a European context.

The EAC 2014 program and the contents of these proceedings show a diversity of research and practices, drawing on processes of content, language and design, and reflecting further progress in understanding and analyzing these processes. The contributions address diverse aspects that range from examining writing rules, searching for domain-specific information, and improving technical communication through corpus-based terminology to technical communication education including qualifying competencies, job profiles, and curriculum development.

  • Georg Löckinger: Designing State-of-the-Art Reference Tools for Technical Writers
  • Michael Meng, Markus Bader: Text Optimization at Sentence Level: The Case of Passives
  • Yvonne Cleary: What Do Technical Writers Believe We Need to Teach Technical Writers?
  • Michael Fritz, Daniela Straub: Cross-Sectoral Competence Framework for Technical Communication
  • Sandrine Peraldi: MacroDico: Improving Scientific and Technical Communication through Corpus-Based Terminology