Journal of Technical Writing and Communication Wins Awards

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image of the journal coverCONGRATULATIONS to the Journal of Technical Writing and Communication (JTWC) for earning an AWARD OF MERIT IN THE 2009 STC Philadelphia Metro Technical Communication CompetitionJournal's logotype

Examine three award winning articles from Volume 39. Click the article link to read the abstract.

Article earning an Award of Excellence
"Frames in Reports and Reporting: How Government Framing Affects Global Warming Information in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s Summary for Policymakers and in Documents Written about the Report" Baywood Metapress, Bryan Tutt.
Articles earning an Award of Merit
"The Public Presentation of a Hybrid Science: Scientific and Technical Communication in Iraq’s Weapons of Mass Destruction: The Assessment of the British Government (2002)" Baywood Metapress, Keisha McKenzie.

"Presenting Consumer Technology with POP: A Rhetorical and Ethnographic Exploration of Point-of-Purchase Advertising" Baywood Metapress, Geoffrey A. Cross.

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We are sure you will find the JTWC an excellent addition to the literature and hope to welcome you as a subscriber!

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WDC 2009-2010 Technical Communication Competitions are Now Open!

The WDC Chapter’s 2009-2010 Technical Communication Competitions are now open! See for details and entry forms. Show your best work to the top of the town!

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Entry deadline: 7 p.m. Eastern Time, Friday,
13 November 2009

Please consider participating this year in one or both competitions: online communication and technical publications. By participating in the competitions, you can

  • Enter your best work to receive valuable feedback and potential awards
  • Volunteer to judge and evaluate entries with your peers

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Judge Applications are now being accepted.