The Elements of Electronic Communicationby Heidi Maria Schultz
The Elements of Electronic Communication is a brief, practical, how-to guide to effective electronic communication. It puts the contemporary technology of electronic media into context by offering examples of how writers create electronic messages and how receivers of electronic messages respond. The Elements of Electronic Communication offers real examples of both effective and ineffective websites and e-mail messages. Sample messages from business, government, medicine, media, higher education, not-for-profit organizations, and the home serve to contextualize electronic media and introduce readers to issues involving electronic communication and privacy. This guide provides succinct, up-to-date information on the appropriate format, style, content, and organization of websites and e-mail, helping readers create their own electronic messages for both public and private distribution. For anyone who communicates via electronic means.
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