Technical Communication Resources
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The Tech Comm Library From Carnegie Mellon University. Resources include 1,109 authors, 226 categories,13 languages ... vastly comprehensive site.
TECHWR-L Internet-based community and resource for technical communicators worldwide. Extensive resources.
TECHWR-L Resources Very helpful repository of articles about document planning, editing, writing, and much more.
Gary Conroy's Technical Writing Site A portal site for hundreds of TC articles.
John December's list of tech comm resources.
Text and Subtext Carl Stieren's Resources for Technical Communicators.
Internet Resources for Technical Communicators Comprehensive site featuring links to articles, bibliographies, online help writing, and much more.
Writers Write Technical Writing A portal to many quality technical communication resources and tools.
TechnicalCommunicator.com TC job listings.
Good Documents How to create good business documents for Intranets and the Internet.
The User-Friendly Manuals Website How to write user-friendly user manuals.
Plain English Network How to write in user friendly way.
A Guide for General Proposal Writing By Alice Reid, M. Ed.
Instructor of English and Educational Technology
11 Tips For Writing a Business Proposal From the National Business Association.
Business Proposal Business proposal writing principles from evolt.org.
A Guide for Proposal Writing for National Science Foundation grants.
Proposal Writing for Non-Profit Funding The Foundation Center tutorial on philanthropic proposal writing.
Writing a Nonprofit Grant Application From the Illinois Small Business Office.
Online Help Authoring
WinHelp.net: a site for Windows online help authors
Helpmaster (Winhelp and HTML Help information.)
HyperTexas (Contains WinHelp and HTML-Help information.)
The WinHelp Survival Kit (Northern California STC WinHelp SIG.)
WINHLP-L Home Page a listserv discussion group for people who author Windows Help files
Work Write, Inc. Help Matters. Webzine for developers on online help.
Documentation Styles (from the University of Wisconsin-Madison):
American Political Science Association (APSA)
American Psychological Association (APA)
Council of Biology Editors (CBE)
Modern Language Association (MLA)
Technical Communication Style guides
Mathematical Symbols for Scientific Documents
Society for Technical Communication
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers' (IEEE) Professional Communication Society
National Association of Government Communicators
Association for Teachers of Technical Writing
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