Monthly Archives: September 2012

Learning the Ins and Outs of Technical Editing

Kelcie Sharp, Graduate Scholarship Winner

I first discovered my interest in technical editing during my undergraduate studies at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, where I worked as an intern for a semester at a publishing company that provided healthcare and medical information for magazines, newsletters, and websites for hospitals.

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A Summary and Topical Review of MMOS 4, 2012

Kathy Underwood

In the field of software documentation, Microsoft Manual of Style, Fourth Edition, is a watershed, especially in its effort to frame terminology and discourse vis-à-vis the natural user interface (that is, the new types of interfaces that have begun to appear, especially those that use contact gestures and air gestures).

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