Teaching Technical Communication in the Twenty-First Century
Key Theoretical Frameworks: Teaching Technical Communication in the Twenty-First Century is the winnner the 2020 Conference on College Composition and Communication's Technical and Scientific Communication Award in the category of Best Original Collection of Essays in Technical or Scientific Communication! Editors Angela M. Haas and Michelle F Eble will accept the award the Awards Session of the 2020 CCCC Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in March.
Michelle F. Eble is associate professor of technical and professional communication at East Carolina University, where she teaches technical and professional writing courses and research methods. Her research interests include technical writing theory and practice that incorporate social justice interventions; inclusive professional development; and mentoring networks. She is coeditor of Key Theoretical Frameworks: Teaching Technical Communication in the 21st Century. She has published in Computers and Composition, Technical Communication, Present Tense, and Technical Communication Quarterly and has edited several collections. She serves as chair of ECU’s Behavioral and Social Sciences Institutional Review Board and past president of the Association of Teachers of Technical Writing.
Improving Writing Programs through Accreditation and Large-Scale Assessments
Reclaiming Accountability: Improving Writing Programs through Accreditation and Large-Scale Assessments, edited by Wendy Sharer, Tracy Ann Morse, Michelle F. Eble, and William P. Banks is the winner of the 2018 Council for Writing Program Administration Best Book Award!