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Understanding engineering work and identity: a cross-case analysis of engineers within six firms

Communication failures contributing to the Challenger accident: an example for technical communicators

D. A. Winsor, Communication failures contributing to the Challenger accident: an example for technical communicators, Professional Communication, IEEE Transactions on, vol. 31, no. 3, pp. 101-107, 1988.

Engineering ethics education on the basis of continuous education to improve communication ability.

"Robots Vs Animals": Establishing a Culture of Public Engagement and Female Role Modeling in Engineering Higher Education

Engineering Students’ Perceptions of Soft Skills, Industry Expectations, and Career Aspirations

M. Itani and Srour, I., Engineering Students’ Perceptions of Soft Skills, Industry Expectations, and Career Aspirations, Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice, vol. 142, no. 1, p. 04015005, 2016.
Because of globalization and the rapid advancement of technology, researchers and employers agree that the 21st-century engineer must have a set of skills (e.g., teamwork, communication, and management) that were not emphasized in the past. In response, many universities have started to implement program changes in order to graduate well-rounded engineers.

An Assessment Analysis Methodology and Its Application to an Advanced Engineering Communications Program

Professional communication and a ' whole new mind ': Engaging with ethics, intellectual property, design, and globalization

Feedback on Professional Skills as Enculturation into Communities of Practice

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