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  • Publisher : Newnes
  • Release : 26 February 2013
  • ISBN : 9780123948441
  • Page : 292 pages
  • Rating : 5/5 from 1 voters

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Writing for Interaction focuses on the art of creating the information experience as it appears within software and web applications, specifically in the form of user interface text. It also provides strategies for ensuring a consistent, positive information experience across a variety of delivery mechanisms, such as online help and social media. Throughout this book, you'll learn simple techniques for writing consistent text with the right tone, how to select content delivery mechanisms, and how straightforward, clear layouts help your customer interact with your application. Divided into five sections, the book completely covers the information experience design process from beginning to end. You'll cover everything from understanding your users and their needs, to creating personas, designing the IX strategy, creating your information, and evaluating the resulting information experience. This is your one-stop reference for information experience! Illuminates writing principles and practices for use in interactive design Includes examples, checklists, and sample processes, highlighting practical approaches to designing the information experience Provides the complete picture: understanding customer needs, creating personas, and writing the text appearing within the user interface

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Writing for Interaction

Writing for Interaction
  • Author : Linda Newman Lior
  • Publisher : Newnes
  • Release Date : 2013-02-26
  • ISBN : 9780123948441
DOWNLOAD BOOKWriting for Interaction

Writing for Interaction focuses on the art of creating the information experience as it appears within software and web applications, specifically in the form of user interface text. It also provides strategies for ensuring a consistent, positive information experience across a variety of delivery mechanisms, such as online help and social media. Throughout this book, you'll learn simple techniques for writing consistent text with the right tone, how to select content delivery mechanisms, and how straightforward, clear layouts help your

Metadiscourse

Metadiscourse
  • Author : Ken Hyland
  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Release Date : 2018-10-18
  • ISBN : 9781350063594
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First released in 2005, Ken Hyland's Metadiscourse has become a canonical account of how language is used in written communication. 'Metadiscourse' is defined as the ways that writers reflect on their texts to refer to themselves, their readers or the text itself. It is a key resource in language as it allows the writer to engage with readers in familiar and expected ways and as such it is an important tool for students of academic writing in both the L1 and

Rethinking Basic Writing

Rethinking Basic Writing
  • Author : Laura Gray-Rosendale
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 1999-12-01
  • ISBN : 9781135664183
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This book surveys the history of basic writing scholarship, suggesting that we cannot adequately theorize the situations of basic writers unless we examine how they construct their own conceptions of their identities, their constructions of their relationships to social forces, and their representations of their relationships to written work. Using a cross-disciplinary analytic model, Gray-Rosendale offers a detailed examination of the oral conversations that take place within one basic writing peer revision group. She explains the ways in which the

Mentoring and Co-Writing for Research Publication Purposes

Mentoring and Co-Writing for Research Publication Purposes
  • Author : Pascal Patrick Matzler
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2021-09-30
  • ISBN : 9781000457650
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Mentoring and Co-Writing for Research Publication Purposes addresses a major gap in our knowledge of how doctoral supervision relationships in the sciences are enacted as writing pedagogy. Based on a multiple-case study of three student-supervisor pairs in environmental sciences, neurosciences and biochemistry as they each prepared a research article for publication, this book offers a finely grained and studied analysis of the role of joint authorship in scaffolding research writing development in the sciences. This book: • Critically engages with a

Disciplinary Discourses

Disciplinary Discourses
  • Author : Ken Hyland
  • Publisher : University of Michigan Press
  • Release Date : 2004-07-22
  • ISBN : 9780472030248
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Why do engineers "report" while philosophers "argue" and biologists "describe"? In the Michigan Classics Edition of Disciplinary Discourses: Social Interactions in AcademicWriting, Ken Hyland examines the relationships between the cultures of academic communities and their unique discourses. Drawing on discourse analysis, corpus linguistics, and the voices of professional insiders, Ken Hyland explores how academics use language to organize their professional lives, carry out intellectual tasks, and reach agreement on what will count as knowledge. In addition, Disciplinary Discourses presents a

Interactions

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  • Author : Leif Fearn,Nancy Farnan
  • Publisher : Houghton Mifflin College Division
  • Release Date : 2000-11
  • ISBN : PSU:000045382987
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Publisher description: This book provides detailed instruction on teaching writing within language arts programs in K-8 classrooms. All components of learning to write are explicitly taught, with emphasis given to interactions of writing with reading, spelling, vocabulary instruction, and other language arts. A special feature is the inclusion of sustatined instructional strategies that simulate practice.

Peer Interaction and Second Language Learning

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  • Author : Masatoshi Sato,Susan Ballinger
  • Publisher : John Benjamins Publishing Company
  • Release Date : 2016-03-10
  • ISBN : 9789027267177
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This volume represents the first collection of empirical studies focusing on peer interaction for L2 learning. These studies aim to unveil the impact of mediating variables such as task type, mode of interaction, and social relationships on learners’ interactional behaviors and language development in this unique and pedagogically powerful learning context. To examine these issues, contributors employed quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-methods designs as well as cognitive, social, and sociocognitive theoretical frameworks. The majority of the studies are classroom based and

Interactions between Orality and Writing in Early Modern Italian Culture

Interactions between Orality and Writing in Early Modern Italian Culture
  • Author : Luca Degl’Innocenti,Brian Richardson,Chiara Sbordoni
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2016-03-02
  • ISBN : 9781317114758
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Investigating the interrelationships between orality and writing in elite and popular textual culture in early modern Italy, this volume shows how the spoken or sung word on the one hand, and manuscript or print on the other hand, could have interdependent or complementary roles to play in the creation and circulation of texts. The first part of the book centres on performances, ranging from realizations of written texts to improvisations or semi-improvisations that might draw on written sources and might