Engineering Communication By Charles and Karin
Engineering Communication By Charles W. Knisely and Karin I. Kinsely (607 Pages)
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Contents of Engineering Communication By Charles and Karin
Chapter 1 Why do engineers need to communicate ?
Chapter 2 Finding Information and Citing Sources
Chapter 3 Reading Technical Reports
Chapter 4 Step-By-Step Preparation of a Laboratory Report With Sample Report
Chapter 5 Revising Reports and Reviewing Grammar
Chapter 6 Engineering Toolbox and Visual Elements
Chapter 7 Professional Correspondence
Chapter 8 Proposals, Collaborative Writing, and Progress Reports
Chapter 9 Specifications, Contracts, and Intellectual Property
Chapter 10 Overview Reports
Chapter 11 Oral Presentations and Running Meetings
Chapter 12 Poster Presentations
Appendix 1 Word Processing in Microsoft Word 2010
Appendix 111 Preparing Oral Presentations with Microsoft PowerPoint 2010
Appendix 11 Making Graphs in Microsoft Excel 2010 and Excel for Mac 2011
Why Do Engineers Need to Communicate?
The most intelligent engineer is of no value to others without the ability to communicate, both orally and in writing. (after Davis, 1977)
The engineering curriculum was strenuous and challenging. At the time, I didn’t see the benefits. I was just trying to pass my classes (and, of course, enjoy the university experience). My biggest weakness after graduating was my lack of proficient presentation and communication skills. (From an engineering graduate in a recent survey)
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