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Computer Applications in Teaching Business and Professional Writing Courses in Four-Year Colleges: Research Suggesting Curricular Changes
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BAFBC Volume 52, Number 4,

Abstract

Summarizes information on general and specific uses of computers in teaching business and professional writing. Presents research that examines both general computer usage in business communication courses and specific computer usage, such as electronic communication and text analysis. Provides background information on the importance of college classes in business communication. (MM)

Citation

Cortese, J.G. (1989). Computer Applications in Teaching Business and Professional Writing Courses in Four-Year Colleges: Research Suggesting Curricular Changes. Bulletin of the Association for Business Communication, 52(4), 3-5. Retrieved September 29, 2020 from .

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