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Best UAH Technical Communication podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best UAH Technical Communication podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Dr. Katie Trauth Taylor of Untold Content (https://untoldcontent.com/) talks about a recent collaboration between her company and Action Learning Network to create infographics and social media materials about COVID-19 for heart failure patients and their parents. Check out the infographics here: https://www.actionlearningnetwork.org/covid19. Follo…
 
Jacinta Bowler from Science Alert (https://www.sciencealert.com/) talks about how she reports on the changing situation surrounding COVID-19. She discusses the challenges of reporting on uncertain science and making complex concepts clear for a large audience. Follow @TechCommUAH or email Ryan Weber at ryan.weber@uah.edu for more information about …
 
Dr. Lehua Ledbetter talks about how beauty YouTubers from marginalized communities expand our definitions of procedural discourse and success in technical communication. She shares insight from her work, including "Tactical Technical Communication in Communities: Legitimizing Community-Created User-Generated Instructions," written with Dr. Avery Ed…
 
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.…
 
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 …
 
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…
 
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.…
 
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 mor…
 
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…
 
Dr. Laura Gonzales talks in English (and in a Spanish-language interview) about her brand-new book, Sites of Translation: What Multilinguals Can Teach Us about Digital Writing and Rhetoric. Dr. Gonzales talks about translation moments, when translators must pause and consider the right phrase for their rhetorical situation. She also talks about how…
 
Kristin Scroggin, owner of genWHY Communication Strategies (https://www.genwhycommunications.com/) talks about how companies can better understand and communicate with the Millennial generation. Sponsored by STC Huntsville/North Alabama and recorded live on August 29, 2018, at Yellowhammer Brewing (https://www.yellowhammerbrewery.com/) in Huntsvill…
 
Chelsea Moats, senior learning designer at Delta Airlines, talks about how she created her online professional portfolio (available at http://www.chelseamoats.com/). Follow @TechCommUAH or email Ryan Weber at ryan.weber@uah.edu for more information about the show or the Intercom Student Perspectives column mentioned in this episode.…
 
Dr. Emily January Petersen shares insights from her 2017 article "Articulating Value Amid Persistent Misconceptions about Technical and Professional Communication in the Workplace." The article reports on interviews with 39 female technical communicators who talk about how their work often goes overlooked and underappreciated.…
 
Dr. Kirk St. Amant talks about script theory and prototypes, two concepts for researching UX in international contexts. St. Amant offers plenty of examples, especially relating to medical care. Our conversation is based on two recent articles by St. Amant, "Mapping the Cultural Context of Care: An Approach to Patient-Centered Design in Internationa…
 
Dr. Lauren R. Kolodziejski talks about writing her Technical Communication Quarterly article "Harms of Hedging in Scientific Discourse: Andrew Wakefield and the Origins of the Autism Vaccine Controversy." Kolodziejski talks about how she came up with the idea for the piece, her writing process, and her interactions with peer reviewers. Follow @Tech…
 
Dr. Lauren R. Kolodziejski explains how the rhetorical features of a 1998 scientific article by Andrew Wakefield et. al. helped fuel unnecessary skepticism about vaccines. Follow @TechCommUAH or email Ryan Weber at rw0019@uah.edu for more information about the show!By UAH Technical Communication
 
Amelia Chesley, a graduate student at Purdue University, talks about her research into how the LibriVox community uses both control and freedom to help volunteers achieve a shared mission. LibriVox (www.librivox.org) is an online group for volunteers who record public domain audiobooks, and the community uses online communication to make complex de…
 
Dr. Marte Otten shares insight from her recent article "A social Bayesian brain: How social knowledge can shape visual perception," authored with Anil K. Seth and Yair Pinto. Otten argues that social knowledge can shape what we see and that perception begins with predictions informed by past experience and social context. Follow @TechCommUAH or ema…
 
Dr. Ehren Helmut Pflugfelder talks about his recent Technical Communication Quarterly article "Reddit’s 'Explain Like I’m Five': Technical Descriptions in the Wild," which argues that the technical description genre is alive and well online. Follow us on Twitter @TechCommUAH or email Ryan Weber at rw0019@uah.edu for more information about the show!…
 
Dr. Tammy Rice-Bailey discusses findings from her new article "The Role and Value of Technical Communicators: Technical Communicators and Subject Matter Experts Weigh In," published recently in Technical Communication Quarterly. She explains how subject matter experts (SMEs) and technical communicators perceive the technical communicator's role, an…
 
Katherine Spivey discusses the law and techniques of Plain Language. Spivey serves as the General Services Administration’s Plain Language Launcher, coordinating GSA’s plain language program. She is also co-chair of the Plain Language Action and Information Network (PLAIN) and teaches plain language courses for Digital Gov University and numerous f…
 
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