Monday, February 20, 2012

I have had a preliminary look at the following sources. I would be posting my comments about each of these in detail in the next few weeks.

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Carliner, Saul. 1997. Demonstrating Effectiveness and Value: A Process for Evaluating Technical Communication Products and Services. Technical Communication. 44(3): 252-65.

Dufty, David, Danielle McNamara, Max Louwerse, Ziqiang Cai, and Arthur Graesser. 2004. Automatic evaluation of aspects of document quality. In Proceedings of the 22nd annual international conference on Design of communication: The engineering of quality documentation (SIGDOC '04). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 14-16.

Hackos, JoAnn. 1994. Managing Your Documentation Projects. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Hargis, Gretchen. 2000. Readability and computer documentation. ACM Journal of Computer Documentation. 24, 3: 122-131.

Hargis, G., Hernandez, A.; Hughes, P.; Ramaker, J.; Rouiller, S.;Wilde, E. 1998. Developing Quality Technical Information: A Handbook for Writers and Editors. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice- Hall.

Huang, Shihong, and Tilley, Scott. 2003. Towards a documentation maturity model. In Proceedings of the 21st annual international conference on Documentation (SIGDOC '03). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 93-99.

Reilly, Annette. 1993. Professional recognition and respect through quality. Technical Communication. 40(2): 231-33.

Schriver, Karen. 1993. Quality in Document Design: Issues and Controversies. Technical Communication. 40(2): 239-57.

Sheffield, Michael. 1997. Quality Improvement: Benchmarking, Document Design, and the STC. Technical Communication. 44(3): 225-34.

Smart, Karl. 2002. Assessing Quality Documents. ACM Journal of Computer Documentation. 26(3): 130-140.

Smart, Karl, Kristie Seawright, Kristin Bell DeTienne. 1995. Defining Quality in Technical Communication: A Holistic Approach. Technical Communication. 42(3): 474-81.

Smith, Karl. 1996. What is Quality? InterCom. 42-43.

Spilka, Rachel. 2000. The Issue of Quality in Professional Documentation: How Can Academia Make More of a Difference. Technical Communication Quarterly. 9(2): 207-220.

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