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10-minute interviews with technical communication practitioners, scholars, and innovators. Hosted by Dr. Ryan Weber at the University of Alabama in Huntsville.

Latest Episodes

Making Tech Comm more Inclusive, Part 3: Dr. Chris Dayley on Inclusion in Tech Comm Programs

Dr. Chris Dayley shares his research into how students perceive diversity in university technical communication programs and offers strategies for making these programs more inclusive.

22 MIN3 w ago
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Making Tech Comm more Inclusive, Part 3: Dr. Chris Dayley on Inclusion in Tech Comm Programs

Making Tech Comm more Inclusive, Part 2: Dr. Natalia Matveeva and Dr. Godwin Agboka on Citizenship and Advocacy in Tech Comm

Dr. Natalia Matveeva and Dr. Godwin Agboka, co-editors of the recent collection Citizenship and Advocacy in Technical Communication: Scholarly and Pedagogical Perspectives, talk about the best ways of doing technical communication advocacy. Follow @TechCommUAH or email Ryan Weber at ryan.weber@uah.edu for more information about the show.

21 MIN2019 NOV 15
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Making Tech Comm more Inclusive, Part 2: Dr. Natalia Matveeva and Dr. Godwin Agboka on Citizenship and Advocacy in Tech Comm

Making Tech Comm more Inclusive, Part 1: Dr. Avery Edenfield on the Tactical Technical Communication of Transgender Communities

Welcome to the first episode in a series about making technical communication more inclusive. Dr. Avery Edenfield talks about his research into the ways that transgender people share experiences and repurposed scientific literature in online forums. These types of communities help technical communicators redefine standards of success and emphasize participatory research design.Dr. Edenfield shares insights from his recent publications, including "Queering Tactical Technical Communication: DIY HRT," written with Steve Holmes and Jared S. Colton, and "Tactical Technical Communication in Communities: Legitimizing Community-Created User-Generated Instructions," written with Lehua Ledbetter. Follow @TechCommUAH or email Ryan Weber at ryan.weber@uah.edu for more information about the show.

21 MIN2019 OCT 9
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Making Tech Comm more Inclusive, Part 1: Dr. Avery Edenfield on the Tactical Technical Communication of Transgender Communities

Dr. Saul Carliner on the Census of Technical Communication

Dr. Saul Carliner shares data from "The State of the Technical Communication Industry: A Census of Technical Communicators," published in the December 2018 issue of Intercom. Follow @TechCommUAH or email Ryan Weber at ryan.weber@uah.edu for more information about the show.

18 MIN2019 AUG 21
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Dr. Saul Carliner on the Census of Technical Communication

Dr. Jason Swarts on User Help in the Wild

Dr. Jason Swarts, author of the recent book Wicked, Incomplete, and Uncertain: User Support in the Wild and the Role of Technical Communication, talks about how changes in technology have altered user needs and the role of technical communicators producing user help. Follow @TechCommUAH or email Ryan Weber at ryan.weber@uah.edu for more information about the show.

16 MIN2019 MAY 23
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Dr. Jason Swarts on User Help in the Wild

Donna Lichaw on Telling Stories about Users and Teams

Donna Lichaw (https://www.donnalichaw.com/), author of The User's Journey: Storymapping Products that People Love, talks about how the classic storytelling structure applies to the way people use products and the way that teams design them. Follow @TechCommUAH or email Ryan Weber at ryan.weber@uah.edu for more information about the show.

20 MIN2019 APR 23
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Donna Lichaw on Telling Stories about Users and Teams

Sidney Fussell on Working as a Technology Reporter

Sidney Fussell, a reporter at The Atlantic (https://www.theatlantic.com/author/sidney-fussell/), covers technology and its intersections with race, privacy, and surveillance. He talks about he researches, describes, and interprets technology clearly and effectively for audiences. Follow @TechCommUAH or email Ryan Weber at ryan.weber@uah.edu for more information about the show.

13 MIN2019 FEB 12
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Sidney Fussell on Working as a Technology Reporter

DJs, Hip Hop, and Tech Comm feat. Dr. Victor Del Hierro and Black Native

This episode highlights the connections between hip hop and technical communication. First, Dr. Victor Del Hierro talks about his recent article "DJs, Playlists, and Community: Imagining Communication Design through Hip Hop." Then, Alabama-bred rapper Black Native (https://blacknative.bandcamp.com/) talks about his message as a southern artist. The episode also features clips from three Black Native songs: Black Confederate, DSA PSA feat. Shaz & Frank Yeiger, and Undivided Attention. Follow @TechCommUAH or email Ryan Weber at ryan.weber@uah.edu for more information about the show.

35 MIN2019 JAN 15
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DJs, Hip Hop, and Tech Comm feat. Dr. Victor Del Hierro and Black Native

Seth Earley on Tech Comm and Artificial Intelligence

Seth Earley, founder and CEO of Earley Information Science (http://www.earley.com/), talks about how artificial intelligence (AI) will change technical communication in the next 15 years.

11 MIN2018 NOV 10
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Seth Earley on Tech Comm and Artificial Intelligence

La Dra. Gonzales introduce su libro, Sites of Translation

Laura Gonzales, Profesora Asistente en la Universidad de Tejas en El Paso, conversa sobre su nuevo libro, Sites of Translation: What Multilinguals Can Teach Us About Digital Writing and Rhetoric. Este libro demuestra las conexiones entre la traducción, la composición digital, y el activismo comunitario.

13 MIN2018 SEP 17
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La Dra. Gonzales introduce su libro, Sites of Translation

Latest Episodes

Making Tech Comm more Inclusive, Part 3: Dr. Chris Dayley on Inclusion in Tech Comm Programs

Dr. Chris Dayley shares his research into how students perceive diversity in university technical communication programs and offers strategies for making these programs more inclusive.

22 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Making Tech Comm more Inclusive, Part 3: Dr. Chris Dayley on Inclusion in Tech Comm Programs

Making Tech Comm more Inclusive, Part 2: Dr. Natalia Matveeva and Dr. Godwin Agboka on Citizenship and Advocacy in Tech Comm

Dr. Natalia Matveeva and Dr. Godwin Agboka, co-editors of the recent collection Citizenship and Advocacy in Technical Communication: Scholarly and Pedagogical Perspectives, talk about the best ways of doing technical communication advocacy. Follow @TechCommUAH or email Ryan Weber at ryan.weber@uah.edu for more information about the show.

21 MIN2019 NOV 15
Comments
Making Tech Comm more Inclusive, Part 2: Dr. Natalia Matveeva and Dr. Godwin Agboka on Citizenship and Advocacy in Tech Comm

Making Tech Comm more Inclusive, Part 1: Dr. Avery Edenfield on the Tactical Technical Communication of Transgender Communities

Welcome to the first episode in a series about making technical communication more inclusive. Dr. Avery Edenfield talks about his research into the ways that transgender people share experiences and repurposed scientific literature in online forums. These types of communities help technical communicators redefine standards of success and emphasize participatory research design.Dr. Edenfield shares insights from his recent publications, including "Queering Tactical Technical Communication: DIY HRT," written with Steve Holmes and Jared S. Colton, and "Tactical Technical Communication in Communities: Legitimizing Community-Created User-Generated Instructions," written with Lehua Ledbetter. Follow @TechCommUAH or email Ryan Weber at ryan.weber@uah.edu for more information about the show.

21 MIN2019 OCT 9
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Making Tech Comm more Inclusive, Part 1: Dr. Avery Edenfield on the Tactical Technical Communication of Transgender Communities

Dr. Saul Carliner on the Census of Technical Communication

Dr. Saul Carliner shares data from "The State of the Technical Communication Industry: A Census of Technical Communicators," published in the December 2018 issue of Intercom. Follow @TechCommUAH or email Ryan Weber at ryan.weber@uah.edu for more information about the show.

18 MIN2019 AUG 21
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Dr. Saul Carliner on the Census of Technical Communication

Dr. Jason Swarts on User Help in the Wild

Dr. Jason Swarts, author of the recent book Wicked, Incomplete, and Uncertain: User Support in the Wild and the Role of Technical Communication, talks about how changes in technology have altered user needs and the role of technical communicators producing user help. Follow @TechCommUAH or email Ryan Weber at ryan.weber@uah.edu for more information about the show.

16 MIN2019 MAY 23
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Dr. Jason Swarts on User Help in the Wild

Donna Lichaw on Telling Stories about Users and Teams

Donna Lichaw (https://www.donnalichaw.com/), author of The User's Journey: Storymapping Products that People Love, talks about how the classic storytelling structure applies to the way people use products and the way that teams design them. Follow @TechCommUAH or email Ryan Weber at ryan.weber@uah.edu for more information about the show.

20 MIN2019 APR 23
Comments
Donna Lichaw on Telling Stories about Users and Teams

Sidney Fussell on Working as a Technology Reporter

Sidney Fussell, a reporter at The Atlantic (https://www.theatlantic.com/author/sidney-fussell/), covers technology and its intersections with race, privacy, and surveillance. He talks about he researches, describes, and interprets technology clearly and effectively for audiences. Follow @TechCommUAH or email Ryan Weber at ryan.weber@uah.edu for more information about the show.

13 MIN2019 FEB 12
Comments
Sidney Fussell on Working as a Technology Reporter

DJs, Hip Hop, and Tech Comm feat. Dr. Victor Del Hierro and Black Native

This episode highlights the connections between hip hop and technical communication. First, Dr. Victor Del Hierro talks about his recent article "DJs, Playlists, and Community: Imagining Communication Design through Hip Hop." Then, Alabama-bred rapper Black Native (https://blacknative.bandcamp.com/) talks about his message as a southern artist. The episode also features clips from three Black Native songs: Black Confederate, DSA PSA feat. Shaz & Frank Yeiger, and Undivided Attention. Follow @TechCommUAH or email Ryan Weber at ryan.weber@uah.edu for more information about the show.

35 MIN2019 JAN 15
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DJs, Hip Hop, and Tech Comm feat. Dr. Victor Del Hierro and Black Native

Seth Earley on Tech Comm and Artificial Intelligence

Seth Earley, founder and CEO of Earley Information Science (http://www.earley.com/), talks about how artificial intelligence (AI) will change technical communication in the next 15 years.

11 MIN2018 NOV 10
Comments
Seth Earley on Tech Comm and Artificial Intelligence

La Dra. Gonzales introduce su libro, Sites of Translation

Laura Gonzales, Profesora Asistente en la Universidad de Tejas en El Paso, conversa sobre su nuevo libro, Sites of Translation: What Multilinguals Can Teach Us About Digital Writing and Rhetoric. Este libro demuestra las conexiones entre la traducción, la composición digital, y el activismo comunitario.

13 MIN2018 SEP 17
Comments
La Dra. Gonzales introduce su libro, Sites of Translation
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