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Herrington, TyAnna K.

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The Analyzing the Apple: Persuasive Visual Rhetoric in the Campaign Literature of an Apple Party Candidate, St. Petersburg, Russia

In this article, I illustrate the essential role that visual rhetoric plays in a specific example of persuasive documentation. I focus narrowly on one element of persuasive visual rhetoric by examining the credibility of an Apple political candidacy flyer.

Herrington, TyAnna K. Argumentation (2000). Articles>Rhetoric>Policies and Procedures

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Crossing Global Boundaries: Beyond Intercultural Communication   (peer-reviewed)   (members only)

This article analyzes the benefits of experiential learning in cross-disciplinary global learning environments by recounting work in the Global Classroom Project, which electronically links students and professors from Russia and America. The author asserts that students learn by experience what cannot be taught and claims that they benefit from synthesizing the viewpoints, ideologies, and frames of reference of diverse co-participants. In doing so, students prepare for a future in which synthetic thinking that leads to innovative, imaginative problem solving and invention will be desirable and necessary.

Herrington, TyAnna K. Journal of Business and Technical Communication (2010). Articles>Business Communication>International

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Intertwining Structures of Assessment and Support: Assessing Programs-Advancing the Profession   (peer-reviewed)

In my recent experience as an external assessor invited to participate in San Francisco State University's Technical Communication Program assessment, I felt that surely the process taught me more than I was able to provide in return.

Herrington, TyAnna K. CPTSC Proceedings (2003). Articles>Education>Assessment

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Principles and Concepts of Technical Communication

This site will be the locus of your one-hour class treating the core principles and concepts you'll likely encounter in developing an understanding of the basic framework of thought in technical communication.

Herrington, TyAnna K. Georgia Institute of Technology (2003). Academic>Courses>TC

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Technical Communication

This course is designed to provide a forum for experiential learning. As such, it demands a high level of person-to-person communication and interaction that centers on the challenges of real-life contextual communication.

Herrington, TyAnna K. Georgia Institute of Technology (1998). Academic>Courses>TC

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Technical Communication Practices

LCC 3401 provides information regarding the principles and concepts of technical communication and creates opportunities for students to practice technical communication skills in developing proposals, analytical reports, and related oral presentations. The course integrates information delivery through an interactive website with activities in production classrooms containing 25 students. Students will work with students in Russia and locally at Georgia Tech in interactive Internet environments to develop materials, gather responses, and engage in critical analyses while pursuing collaborative analytic projects.

Herrington, TyAnna K. Georgia Institute of Technology (2001). Academic>Courses>Undergraduate

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Who Owns My Work? The State of Work for Hire for Academics in Technical Communication   (peer-reviewed)   (members only)

The work-for-hire doctrine in intellectual property law is important to academics in rhetoric and technical communication. In this article, I explain the doctrine and the way it works, explicate related case law, and suggest treatment of work for hire by instructors and administrators in rhetoric and technical communication.

Herrington, Tyanna K. Journal of Business and Technical Communication (1999). Articles>Intellectual Property>Copyright

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Work for Hire for Nonacademic Creators   (peer-reviewed)   (members only)

This article examines the Work for Hire Doctrine and its importance to technical communication instructors who prepare students to create intellectual products in workplace settings. The author explains how the Work for Hire Doctrine operates in practice, charts the progressive legal treatment of work for hire through case law, and calls attention to the developing trend in the courts to support a more protectionist stance regarding creative products.

Herrington, Tyanna K. Journal of Business and Technical Communication (1999). Articles>Intellectual Property>Copyright>Education

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