This LibGuide is a learning resource for Okanagan College course CMNS 113 Technical Communication for Information Technology.
It is impossible for an IS professional to perform effectively in any organizational role without excellent oral and written communication skills. IS professionals work closely with colleagues in a variety of different organizational roles, and invariably, their job performance is partially dependent on their ability to communicate. Capabilities should include:
a. Listening, observing, interviewing, and analyzing archival materials
b. Writing memos, reports, and documentation
c. Using virtual collaboration tools (such as wikis, blogs, shared collaboration spaces,
d. Giving effective presentations.
Curriculum Guidelines for
Programs in Information
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
Association for Information Systems (AIS)
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