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Technical Editing (X437) is a required course for the Certificate in Technical Communication. The course includes 30 hours of instruction, assignments in a range of disciplines, case studies, and a comprehensive final exam. Carolyn Rude's Technical Editing serves as the primary text, with additional work drawn from Edward Tufte's Visual Explanations: Images and Quantities, Evidence and Narrative and Joseph Williams's Style: Ten Lessons in Clarity and Grace. Students receive a course reader of 30 articles selected for their discussions of current issues in the field.
Dates: Thursdays, July 6 to September 7
Time: 6:30 to 9:30 P.M.
Place: UC Berkeley Extension Center
1995 University Avenue (at Milvia)
Students may enroll by telephone at 510.642.4111, online at http://www.unex.berkeley.edu/enroll, by fax at 510.642.0374, or by mail to Department B, UC Berkeley Extension, 1995 University Avenue #7020, Berkeley, CA 94720-7020.