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Accessibility  (link broken)

A directory of almost 100 online resources in accessibility and accessible design.

Google. Resources>Directories>Accessibility

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Accessibility Links and Resources

An annotated collection of dozens of online resources in web accessibilty.

Accessify. Resources>Directories>Accessibility>Web Design

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AIfIA Information Architecture Library

The IA Library is a selection of resources related to the field of information architecture. The collection includes articles, books, blogs, and more.

AIfIA. Resources>Directories>Information Design

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AIGA Experience Design: Case Study Archive

Welcome practitioners, educators and students from all experience design disciplines! The goal of this archive is to build a teachable and learnable body of knowledge for the extended experience design community, which can be referenced and is freely accessible. These cases have been peer-reviewed and present best-practices from each year.

AIGA. Resources>Directories>Information Design>Case Studies

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Alltop - Top Technical Writing News

An RSS feed aggregator/amalgamator which permits visitors to browse recent posts to 31 influential technical writing blogs (including the TC Library).

Alltop. Resources>Directories>Writing>Technical Writing

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Ankush Avhad's Technical Writing Links  (link broken)

A collection of categorized links to online technical writing resources.

Avhad, Ankush. DocumentorG. Resources>Directories>Writing>Technical Writing

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Association of British Science Writers: Members' E-Mail Directory

This page lists freelance and staff writers who have their own web pages. there is a separate page for members you can reach by email. Members: fill in this form to get into the directory.

ABSW. Resources>Directories>Scientific Communication>United Kingdom

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Association of British Science Writers: Members' Websites Directory

This page lists freelance and staff writers who have their own web pages. there is a separate page for members you can reach by email. Members: fill in this form to get into the directory.

ABSW. Resources>Directories>Scientific Communication>United Kingdom

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ATTW Teaching Resources: Textbook Publishers

This section provides a list of links to publishers of technical writing textbooks.

ATTW. Resources>Directories>Textbooks

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Basic Business Communication Resource Links  (link broken)

This web site is designed, written, and edited by active business communication professionals to help you in communicating for business.

Flatley, Marie. San Diego State University (1999). Resources>Directories>Business Communication

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Best Flash Animation

A collection of links to tutorials and high-quality rich media interface designs.

Best Flash Animation. Resources>Directories>Multimedia>Flash

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Beyond Bookmarks: Schemes for Organizing the Web

A clearinghouse of web sites that have applied or adopted standard classification schemes or controlled vocabularies to organize or provide enhanced access to Internet resources.

McKiernan, Gerry. Iowa State University (2003). Resources>Directories>Information Design>Controlled Vocabulary

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A Brief Overview of Rhetoric  (link broken)

Rhetoric is arguably one of the oldest disciplines in the world. Its earliest antecedent can be found in the sophist tradition of Classical Greece. Two of the earliest sophists, Tisias and Corax, made a comfortable living traveling around Hellenic Europe teaching people the finer points of oratory. The sophistic tradition was harshly criticized by major philosophers of the time (most notably, Socrates and Plato) as an unintellectual and immoral profession. In Plato's view, rhetoricians (i.e., sophists) were more concerned with appearances rather than substance--in Plato's play Gorgias, he has the character of Socrates accuse the rhetorician/sophist Gorgias of specializing in making the bad case seem best and the best case seem bad.

Petraglia-Bahri, Joseph. Georgia Institute of Technology (1996). Resources>Directories>Rhetoric

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Business Directories: The Cinderellas of the Business Information World   (peer-reviewed)   (members only)

In a world where there is so much emphasis on electronic information, and expensive reports, it is useful to be reminded that for certain topics there may be information in other sources that is valuable too. In this article, Neil Infield draws attention to business directories as important sources of information that are sometimes neglected.

Infield, Neil. Business Information Review (2009). Articles>Directories>Business Communication

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Business Writer's Free Library

This library is a free community resource to be shared and contributed to by users and readers across the world. The overall goal of the library is to provide leaders and managers (especially those with very limited resources) basic and practical information about business, management and organizations. Items in the library are relevant to both for-profit and nonprofit organizations unless otherwise marked at the top of the Web page containing the item.

McNamara, Carter. Management Assistance Program for Nonprofits (2002). Resources>Directories>Writing>Business Communication

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Civil Engineering: Technical Writing  (link broken)

A collection of technical writing links organized from a civil engineering perspective.

iCivilEngineer. Resources>Directories>TC

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CM Professionals Resource Library

The Resource Library aims to provide a single comprehensive collection of content management related information.

Content Management Professionals. Resources>Directories>Content Management

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CMS Faceted Product Directory

A state-of-the-art knowledge base with a user-controlled faceted classification scheme. Most web directories (DMOZ ODP, Google, Yahoo) hard wire their category hierarchy. Here you can select the facet you want at the top of the hierarchy, then another facet for the next layer in the hierarchy, etc. A do-it-yourself taxonomy of content management systems.

Doyle, Bob. CMS Review (2003). Resources>Directories>Content Management

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CMS-Spain

El portal de referencia en español sobre el Enterprise Content Management y el Business Intelligence.

CMS-Spain. (Spanish) Resources>Directories>Content Management

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Communication Studies Center  (link broken)

ACA's Communication Studies Center is an annotated collection of communication-related hyperlinks organized by subfields within the commmunication discipline. Its goal is to provide a centralized index of web resources on Communication research and practice.

American Communication Association. Resources>Directories>Communication

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Computer to Plate Resources

A collection of dozens of links to computer-to-plate digital prepress resources online.

IPA. Resources>Directories>Prepress>Printing

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Computer-Mediated Communication Platforms

Overview and reviews of resources, software, training environments, collaboration/conferencing software, and tools.

Montecino, Virginia. George Mason University (2003). Resources>Directories>Collaboration>Online

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Comunicação Técnica Profissional

A collection of Portuguese technical and professional writing resources.

Universidade de Coimbra. (Portuguese) Resources>Directories>TC

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Comunicação Técnica Profissional e Sociedade Profissão e Ética

Esta página foi elaborada no âmbito da avaliação para as disciplinas de CTP/SPE, Comunicação Técnica Profissional e Sociedade Profissão e Ética. Aqui poderá encontrar informações pessoais acerca de mim, bem como o meu curriculum vitae, downloads dos trabalhos por mim efectuados no âmbito das disciplinas e ligações tanto referentes a CTP/SPE como relativas à informática.

Ferreira, Elio. Universidade de Coimbra. (Portuguese) Resources>Directories>TC>Portugal

 
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