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What is technical communication?
What do technical writers do?
What is the difference between academic and technical writing?
What types and formats of technical writing do [pick one: engineers, computer scientists, STEM majors,] use?
What is your future career goal? What sort of technical documents will you likely need to create in your future career?
To answer these questions, please use two or more sources and include a citation for each. You're welcome to use our the sources I posted or perform independent research on your own.
Length: 3 pages (825 Words)
Technical communication is a broad area that includes types of communication that centre on specialized or technical topics, such as medical procedures, computer applications or environmental regulations (STC, Stc.org). It refers to the technology-aided professional writing aimed at transmitting specific technical information to a precise audience. In this type of writing, the writer has to embrace the subject, media platform used and the audience to ensure a thorough understanding of the critical elements that relate to create the desired meaning understandable by the audience.