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This chapter includes resources used specifically in the Business Communications class at Park University, EN306B.
Applying the Golden Rule of Writing in real life can be tricky, but You-attitude can help.
Whether it’s good news or bad, the same three rules apply.
It’s never too early to start thinking about the end of the course.
Rhetoric is often an act of imagination, so it helps to imagine the evidence you hope to find before you even go looking for it.
How to use Park’s library databases to actually find useful evidence.
How our team-based project will work even when we can’t be face-to-face.
Tips on how to find the goods and bads of your client’s online footprint.
Bad presentations start with the slides—good presentations start with a script.
The capturing of files and then pushing them around the internet can be a bit tricky, but never fear.
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