Employers, whether in business, government, or academia, want engineers who are comfortable communicating their ideas, methods, research, and projects to any audience with professionalism and effectiveness.
When it comes to being an excellent communicator, there are many different and useful resources you can use to make sure you’re getting your information across to your audience in the best way possible. In this portion of the IEEE PCS site, we will be curating and commenting on some of those resources, and developing some of our own original content providing instruction on professional and engineering communication.
You can use the links on the left to learn the fundamental principles of communication, and raise your skills to the next level. And if you have any specific requests for information or resources, please let us know.
- The June 2021 of IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication is Now Available
- Featured Article: “Trajectories in Turmoil: A Case Study of Engineering Students’ Reactions to Disruptions in their Community of Practice”
- The March 2021 of IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication is Now Available
- Managing communication in large-scale projects
- How communication in industry differs from academia
- Communication is negotiation
- Managing Q&A for Maximizing Engagement in Remote Environments
- Presentation Skills for Technical Work: Where are we now? A Two-Part Series from IEEE Professional Communication Society