Schreiber selected to serve on JTWC editorial board
Dr. Joanna Schreiber has been selected to serve on the editorial board for the Journal of Technical Writing and Communication (JTWC). Dr. Schreiber’s editorial work includes a forthcoming book collection and special issues on key topics in technical and professional communication. Her co-edited special issues include “Emerging Forms of Project Management in Technical and Professional Communication” (2018) for Technical Communication (TC) with Dr. Benjamin Lauren (Michigan State University) and ““Revisiting the Technical and Professional Communication Service Course: Histories, Pedagogies, Values, and Trajectories” (2018) for Programmatic Perspectives with Dr. Melissa Carrion (University of Nevada-Las Vegas) and Dr. Jessica Lauer (University of Wisconsin-Whitewater). She recently completed editing “User Experience and Technical Communication: Past, Present, Future” for the Journal of Technical Writing and Communication with Dr. Emma Rose (University of Washington-Tacoma), which is set to be published in Winter 2021.
Dr. Schreiber also serves on the WAC Clearinghouse Publications Review Board and as a reviewer for multiple venues. She teaches technical writing courses, including professional and technical editing, in the Writing and Linguistics Department. This fall, Dr. Schreiber and Writing and Linguistics student Sedona Benjamin are presenting “Updating Technical Editing Models for Accessibility and Advocacy” at the Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on the Design of Communication (ACM SIGDOC) conference.
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