Inside the Computer Science Tech Comm Classroom

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Kelly Ann Fitzpatrick, a visiting lecturer in the Georgia Institute of Technology School of Literature, Media, and Communication (LMC), recently published the second part in her series on the intersections of technical communication in the tech industry and classroom. RedMonk, an industry analyst firm, has been hosting her series. 

Here's an excerpt:

One (but by no means the only) path to a career in software development is through an undergraduate degree in Computer Science (CS). For most of the Georgia Techstudents majoring in CS or Computational Media (CM), a related interdisciplinary degree, this path includes a two-semester CS Junior Design course sequence. The Junior Design sequence is offered as a co-requisite to a two-semester tech comm course sequence in which communicative deliverables are tied to software development design, planning, and implementation practices that students are likely to encounter in the tech industry.

Read the full article here. 

LMC is a unit of the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts.

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Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts, School of Literature, Media, and Communication

Policy, Social Sciences, and Liberal Arts
Kelly Ann Fitzpatrick
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