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Tenopir, C. and King, D. W. (2004) A communications framework for engineers, chapter 3 in Communication Patterns of Engineers, Wiley, Hoboken, NJ, USA

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Tenopir and King present a short literature review on engineering communication channels. Engineers spend more time “outputting” information than “inputting” information. In fact, the literature review shows that engineers spend more than half of their time communicating. Based on the … Continue reading

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Leydens, J.A. (2012) Sociotechnical communication in engineering: an exploration and unveiling of common myths, Engineering Studies, 4(1), pp.1-9

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This is an editorial of an special issue on sociotechnical communication in engineering. The issue covers communication between engineers, teaching communication for engineering students, and engineers communicating to non-engineers. One of the myths of engineering communication is that it is … Continue reading

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