The National Council of Teachers of English awarded the CCCC’s 2015 Best Article on Pedagogy or Curriculum in Technical or Scientific Communication to Peter J. Fadde and Patricia Sullivan’s “Designing Communication for Collaboration Across Engineering Cultures: A teaching case,” connexions • international professional communication journal, 1(2), 2013: 135-158.
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connexions • international professional communication journal (ISSN 2325-6044) is a double-blind, peer-reviewed free and open-access online journal. It was published between 2013 and 2018.
The journal provides a forum for researchers, practitioners, students, and leaders of international and intercultural professional communication. connexions published content on communication practices, research, pedagogy, methodology, and technology as original research articles, reviews, focused commentary and industry perspectives, and teaching cases. connexions added a new section to its offerings: recorded and transcribed video interviews of leaders in industry and academia.
connexions presented issues of professional communication theory, practice, and literacy in local, national, international, intercultural, global work and civic-activity environments. Relevant to these sites of practice, the journal published new knowledge on theory, management, design, development, as well as on translation and delivery of professional information. The journal also addressed issues of education and training for practitioners and researchers worldwide.
Among numerous other possible frames of scholarly inquiry, connexions‘ published articles often emphasize theories and practices involving one or more of the following areas: rhetorical, functional, social; discourse, agency, activity, actor-network; cultural and intercultural; localization, globalization, glocalization; data visualization, multimedia, multimodal. The journal published in English.
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CONNEXIONS AND OPEN ACCESS
connexions • international professional communication journal adheres to the open access publication model.
Open access. Open access gives readers worldwide free access to scholarly papers. Open access gives authors immediate worldwide dissemination of their work, and “control over the integrity of their work and the right to be properly acknowledged and cited.” (Budapest Open Access Initiative).
connexions and open access. In keeping with the open access publication policy, this journal offers readers free access to all its contents. In line with the open access publication policy, the journal is a venue for researchers, practitioners, students and emerging scholars from diversified backgrounds, interests, and nationalities to present their work to the widest possible audience from across the globe.
Fees. The journal does not charge readers for subscription or access fees, or authors for publication costs. The journal also did not pay the members of its editorial board for their services to the journal.
Creative Commons licence. This journal applies the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) to all works it publishes. This licence allows readers to share an article with others, as long as they do not alter the article, do not use it for commercial purposes, and acknowledge authorship and make a link (in electronic media) to the original article when citing or referencing it.
Authors and copyright. Authors automatically retain copyright for their work. When their work was published in connexions, authors authorized users to share their work, as long as users comply with the restrictions of the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0).
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AIMS AND SCOPE
connexions • international professional communication journal is a double-blind, peer-reviewed open-access online publication.
Aims. The journal focused on the practice, research, pedagogy, methodology, and technology of efficient and effective written, oral, visual, electronic and non-verbal professional communication—academic, business, crisis, development, environmental, health, media, nonprofit, political, research, science, and technical communication—in local, national, international, and global work and civic-activity environments, providing a forum for researchers, practitioners, students and emerging scholars from diversified backgrounds, interests, and nationalities.
Subject areas. The journal’s subject areas cover the theory, management, design, development, translation and delivery of international professional information, as well as issues relating to the education and training of its practitioners and researchers.
connexions • international professional communication journal (ISSN 2325-6044) is edited by Rosário Durão and Kyle Mattson, and hosted by the Department of Communication, Liberal Arts, and Social Sciences at New Mexico Tech and the School of Communication at the University of Central Arkansas. © 2012–2018 (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0).