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COM 567 Technical Documentation and Software 3.0 Credits

Technical writers have to be able to communicate complex information and processes clearly, concisely and accurately, both to internal and external audiences. But before they can create documentation for software, they must first understand how applications and websites work. Using a popular application, students will explore all facets of the application, from how to read code to diagramming complex steps. Students will then learn how to gather, analyze and organize content to generate end-user help files and internal documentation for project development teams. Various authoring and publishing tools will be explored.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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