The mission of Georgia Tech`s Writing and Communication Program is to create a culture of communication across our extended campus. Our WOVEN approach to teaching and learning communication emphasizes creating and integrating ideas in multiple modes: Written, Oral, Visual, Electronic, and Nonverbal. We see communication as affecting the academic, professional, community, and personal lives of students, faculty, staff, and alumni, whether they are in classes or labs, offices or agencies, manufacturing or R&D facilities, hospitals, agribusinesses, or wilderness sites, across the US or around the world. Communication involves both individual and collaborative interaction, both face-to-face and distance interaction, and many kinds of media, both print and digital.

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  • Imagining Futures Through Technical Communication 

    DiSalvo, Carl; Lawrence, Halcyon; Weakland, Josseph (2016-03-31)
    Students at Georgia Tech will become innovators within their fields, but how will these innovations transform the landscape of technical communication? How do new and emerging technologies change how we communicate? At the ...
  • Technical Communication in the Workplace: Computer Science, Business, and Law 

    Larson, Brian; Menagarishvili, Olga; Rubinoff, Arn; Smith, Julia; Waters, Robert (2016-03-08)
    This panel addresses ways technical communication occurs in a variety of workplace settings: computer science, business, and law. Our three panelists will identify their experiences communicating with different audiences ...
  • The Hidden Language Bias in Technology: A Discussion of Classroom Practices 

    Frazee, Andy; King, Amy; Lawrence, Halcyon; Lovatt, Gabriel; Menagarishvili, Olga; Miller, Monica; Neefe, Lauren; O'Brien, Sarah; Suh, Hansol (2016-03-03)
  • Reframing Multilingualism in the Classroom: A Poetic Celebration of Diversity [2015] 

    Aberle-Grasse, Melissa; Do, Yesol; Lobnik, Mirja; Lux, Thomas; Popick, Meghan; Vedant, Pradeep; Royster, Jacqueline J.; Williams, Harrison (2015-04-09)
    The event featured international Georgia Tech students reading poetry from their home countries, both in the original language and in English, and concluded with a question and answer panel discussion of innovative teaching ...
  • Reframing Multilingualism in the Classroom: A Poetic Celebration of Diversity [2014] 

    Rodriguez, Jose Andres; Syed, Ali; Zhao, Xueying; Lobnik, Mirja; Lux, Jennifer; Shetty, Malavika (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-04-08)
    The event featured international Georgia Tech students reading poetry from their home countries, both in the original language and in English, and concluded with a question and answer panel discussion of innovative teaching ...