March 2024 Transactions Available

IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication

MARCH 2024       VOLUME 67      NUMBER 1       IEPCBU      (ISSN 0361-1434)


Beware: Processing of Personal Data—Informed Consent Through Risk Communication, L. Seiling, R. Gsenger, F. Mulugeta, M. Henningsen, L. Mischau, and M. Schirmbeck

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) aims to harmonize data protection …

IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication Call for Submissions: Special Issue on The State of UX in TPC: Courses, Credentials, Programs (December 2023)

Guiseppe Getto, Mercer UniversityJack T. Labriola, Kennesaw State UniversityAmber Lancaster, Oregon Tech

As the technical and professional communication (TPC) field evolves, many college graduates and job seekers with TPC-related training are pursuing careers as user experience (UX) professionals [1], [2]. Salary surveys and job postings have …

The June 2022 issue of IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication is Now Available

Volume 65, Number 2, June 2022

Publication of the IEEE Professional Communication Society[Publication Information]Integrative Literature Review 

 Pasts and Futures of Design Thinking: Implications for Technical Communication, by J. ThamDesign thinking has gained popularity over the last few decades, yet our increasingly complex sociotechnical climate calls for historical examination of …

IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication Special Issue December 2023

The IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication requests proposals for guest editorship and special issue topic for the December 2023 issue.

Anyone may propose a topic and apply for guest editor status. Guest editors need not be members of the IEEE Professional Communication Society.The proposed guest editor may be …

The September 2021 of IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication is Now Available

Volume 64, Number 3, September 2021

Research Articles:

Addressing Workplace Accessibility Practices Through Technical Communication Research Methods: One Size Does Not Fit All, by S. Huntsman

Despite the lack of marked improvement in digital accessibility, many continue to pursue a policy approach to accessibility, including checklists and guidelines. …