Description - Effective Communication for Arts and Humanities Students by Joan Van Emden
Students not only need subject-specific knowledge, but they must also know how to communicate well. From that first assignment or seminar paper, to the final report, dissertation or exam, this guide provides detailed help and support with lots of examples and practical advice throughout. Continuing to provide useful guidance, even after the course has finished, the book also includes chapters on how to prepare a CV, applying for a job, and how to succeed at interview.
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Author Biography - Joan Van Emden
JOAN VAN EMDEN has written extensively about writing and speaking for engineers, including two books already in the Palgrave Study Guides series. She is Director of the Jove Centre which specialises in technical writing and presentations, and has taught these subjects at the University of Reading for over twenty years. - LUCINDA BECKER teaches communication for the Jove Centre and at the University of Reading in both the arts and engineering departments. She also lectures in English. For many years she wrote a successful newspaper column of careers advice. She has considerable experience of careers consultancy, devising and delivering jobsearch courses for both undergraduates and graduates.