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Mon Sep 8 2003

TOC: Transactions on Professional Communication

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  1. t-orr, IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 46/3 (2003)

Message 1: IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 46/3 (2003)

Date: Mon Sep 8 14:33:29 2003
From: t-orr <>
Subject: IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 46/3 (2003)

Publisher: IEEE Professional Communication society
Journal Title: IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication
Volume Number: 46
Issue Number: 3
Issue Date: September 2003

Main text:
Greetings from the beautiful green mountains of the Aizu region in
Japan. For those of you who are working in EST (English for Science
and Technology) and yet may not have access to IEEE Transactions on
Professional Communication, the latest issue just off the press is one
you might want to take a look at:

As guest editor, I'm very pleased with the fine work of our authors
and highly recommend their excellent articles.

Introduction to the special issue [English language training for
nonnative speakers of English in science or engineering]
Orr, T., Page(s): 153- 156

The science of conversation: Training in dialogue for NNS in
Freeman, J., Page(s): 157- 167

Imitation, copying, and the use of models: Report writing in an
introductory physics course
Jones, A.A.; Freeman, T.E., Page(s): 168- 184

Mover: A machine learning tool to assist in the reading and writing of
technical papers
Anthony, L.; Lashkia, G.V., Page(s): 185- 193

Case study on the development of a computer-based support tool for
assisting Japanese software engineers with their English writing needs
Narita, M.; Kurokawa, K.; Utsuro, T., Page(s): 194- 209

A project-based approach to teaching research writing to nonnative
Levis, J.M.; Levis, G.M., Page(s): 210- 220

Case-based simulations in the EST classroom
Freiermuth, M.R., Page(s): 221- 230

Communicating in the intercultural classroom
Golemon, P., Page(s): 231- 235

Making contact in international virtual offices: An application of
symbolic interactionism to online workplace discourse
Amant, K.St., Page(s): 236- 240

Beyond borders: Web globalization strategies [Book Review]
Amant, K.St., Page(s): 241- 243

Exploding steamboats, senate debates, and technical reports: The
convergence of technology, politics, and rhetoric in the steamboat
bill of 1838 [Book Review]
Podolsky, J., Page(s): 244- 245

Type and typography [Book Review]
Mackiewicz, J., Page(s): 246- 247

Web-based training [Book Review]
Strother, J.B., Page(s): 248- 250

The tech writer's survival guide: A comprehensive handbook for
aspiring technical writers [Book Review]
Ecker, P.S., Page(s): 251- 253

Dr. Thomas Orr, Professor
Center for Language Research
University of Aizu, Aizuwakamatsu, Fukushima 965-8580 Japan
Center Fax: +81 (0)242-37-2599
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