Archives for March 2012

First Quarter 2012 Issue of the Transactions on Professional Communication Now Available

The first quarter 2012 issue of the IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication is now available for reading online. Below are the abstracts of the articles. Note:  As I mentioned in my note a few weeks ago, although we will publish new issues of the Transactions, each quarter as we always have, starting in 2012, we only print those issues … [Read more...]

Early Access Articles Now Available

The Editorial Team of IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication announces the immediate availability of Early Access. According to the IEEE, Early Access content is “new content made available in advance of the final electronic or print versions …. “  All content published on Early Access are “peer-reviewed and edited but not yet paginated,” … [Read more...]

Podcast: Writing Better RFP Responses

Listen as Debbie Davy, a senior IEEE member and documentation solution leader for DK Consultants, tells you five ways to write betterRFP responses, as well as two ways of quantitatively measuring RFP success. [Script Available] … [Read more...]

Making Academic Change Happen, May 30-June 2, 2012

This summer faculty at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology are offering a new, 4-day workshop for faculty, staff, administrators, and graduate students interested in improving STEM education: Making Academic Change Happen … impacting your classrooms, colleagues, and campus. Wednesday, May 30 – Saturday, June 2, … [Read more...]

IPCC 2012 Communicating Vision — October 8-10, Orlando FL

Conference Program The theme of this year’s conference is Communicating Vision. Vision is one of the most important channels for communicating information, encompassing all aspects of data visualization, information design, and best graphical practices, in all forms of print and electronic media. Of course, we just as often refer to vision in a … [Read more...]

Podcast: Creating Effective Presentation Slides

Jean-luc Doumont, a world-acclaimed expert in oral presentations and a senior member of IEEE, addresses in his informative podcast the key methods you can employ to create effective presentation slides. … [Read more...]

The Wiley-IEEE PCS Book Series 2011 Status Report

Closing our first year, we are moving along at a great pace. There are five books under contract, with four under review. As the series editor, I am happy to inform IEEE, PCS, Wiley, and all interested parties that the PCS Book Series entitled “Professional Engineering Communication” is moving along well. With five titles signed in the first year … [Read more...]

eLearning Course: Thinking and Interacting Like a Leader

Are you interested in becoming a more competent manager? If so, then the IEEE Expert Now course, Thinking and Interacting Like a Leader, is for you. This course was developed by Dr. Kim Sydow Campbell, Professor of Management Communication and Derrell Thomas Teaching Excellence Faculty Fellow in the Culverhouse College of Commerce at the University … [Read more...]