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Business Communication Quarterly

2007 Volume 70, Number 3

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Teaching the Virtual Presentation

    Marie E. Flatley

    Today, the virtual presentation is catching on rapidly in small, medium, and large businesses alike. A virtual presentation is one delivered live from a desktop or laptop computer to an audience... More

    pp. 301-305

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  2. Integrating Information Technology into an Accounting Communication Class

    Gretchen N. Vik

    In the accounting communication class, which includes both writing and making presentations, the article-based memo has always been the first assignment, in which students learn business formats... More

    pp. 324-327

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  3. My Education in Ukraine

    Ludmila Matiash

    After the disintegration of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s, Ukraine and other Newly Independent States were invaded by armies of consultants from Western donor organizations. Development... More

    pp. 341-345

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  4. Video Storytelling in a Transient, Volunteer Organization

    Cecilia Katzeff & Vanessa Ware

    To make sense of and learn about work environments, people actively construct their own knowledge and share stories of their experience. Telling stories is particularly challenging in a transient... More

    pp. 381-385

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