EN306B at Park

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This chapter includes resources used specifically in the Business Communications class at Park University, EN306B.

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You-Attitude: A Quick Introduction

Applying the Golden Rule of Writing in real life can be tricky, but You-attitude can help.

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Positive and Negative Messages Intro

Whether it’s good news or bad, the same three rules apply.

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Final Project Intro

It’s never too early to start thinking about the end of the course.

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Imagining Evidence in Action

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.

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Library Research

How to use Park’s library databases to actually find useful evidence.

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Virtual Teaming

How our team-based project will work even when we can’t be face-to-face.

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Analyzing Digital Presence

Tips on how to find the goods and bads of your client’s online footprint.

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Organizing Your Presentation and Writing a Script

Bad presentations start with the slides—good presentations start with a script.

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How to Record and Post a Presentation

The capturing of files and then pushing them around the internet can be a bit tricky, but never fear.

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