Peer-Led Professional Development: How One Technical Communication Team Learns on the Job
Berger, A., & Pigg, S. (2023, June 12). JOURNAL OF BUSINESS AND TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION, Vol. 6.
When Extension and Rhetorical Engagement Meet: Framing Public Audiences for Agricultural Science Communication
Pigg, S., & Scheper, L. R. (2022, February 16). TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION QUARTERLY, Vol. 2.
The status of striped bass, Morone saxatilis, as a commercially ready species for US marine aquaculture
Andersen, L. K., Abernathy, J., Berlinsky, D. L., Bolton, G., Booker, M. M., Borski, R. J., … Reading, B. J. (2021, May 24). JOURNAL OF THE WORLD AQUACULTURE SOCIETY, Vol. 5.
You got a job; now what? How early-career technical communicators professionalize and learn in a corporate technology context
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2018 journal article
Knowing Bass: Accounting for Information Environments in Designing Online Public Outreach
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2017 journal article
A semiparametric inference to regression analysis with missing covariates in survey data
Statistica Sinica, 27(1), 261–285.
2016 journal article
Networking in a Field of Introverts: The Egonets, Networking Practices, and Networking Technologies of Technical Communication Entrepreneurs
IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION, 59(4), 342–362.
2016 journal article
Toward multidirectional knowledge flows: Lessons from research and publication practices of technical communication entrepreneurs
Technical Communication (Society for Technical Communication), 63(4), 299–313.
2014 journal article
Coordinating Constant Invention: Social Media's Role in Distributed Work
Technical Communication Quarterly, 23(2), 69–87.
2012 journal article
Does Writing Have a Future?, by Vilém Flusser
[Review of Does Writing Have a Future?, by V. Flusser]. Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 42(5), 499–503.
2011 journal article
Graduate Students Professionalizing in Digital Time/Space: A View From “Down Below”
Graduate Students Professionalizing in Digital Time/Space: A View From “Down Below.” Computers and Composition, 28(1), 3–13.