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Model for designing service learning approach to developing technical communication skills

Download   Faculty may use this model to design service learning activities for their technician students. From Tucker, M. L., McCarthy, A. M., Hoxmeier, J. A., & Lenk, M. M. (1998). Community service learning increases communication skills across the business curriculum. Business Communication Quarterly, 61(2), 88-99.

Model of how communication skills progress over the course of a curriculum over several years

Download   Faculty can use this model to plan their own expectations for technician students' learning about communication over time. From Teles, V. M., & de Oliveira, C. E. T. (2003, March). Reviewing the curriculum of software engineering undergraduate courses to incorporate communication and interpersonal skills teaching.

Sample communication activities to include in simulated work environment

Download   Faculty can use this sample of organizational communication activities to create their own set for work simulation activities. From Jeyaraj, A. (2010). Business process elicitation, modeling, and reengineering: Teaching and learning with simulated environments. Journal of Information Systems Education, 21(2), 253–264.