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IEEE ProComm 2022 | Annual Conference for IEEE Professional Communication Society

IEEE ProComm, the annual conference for IEEE Professional Communication Society, takes place at University of Limerick, Ireland on 17 – 20 July 2022.

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This event brings together stakeholders with a broad range of interests in technical writing and communication from engineering, research, and academia including:

  • Engineers wishing to share insights from their own communication practices, or to learn new approaches, ideas, or strategies from practitioners or scholars of technical and engineering communication;
  • Technical communication professionals eager to share case studies, emerging best practices, and insights from the field;
  • Researchers in technical communication, rhetoric, writing pedagogy, usability, user experience design, or a related field with research findings or emerging projects to discuss;
  • Educators, administrators, or curriculum developers with teaching case studies or curriculum innovations to further improve pedagogical development and delivery;
  • Students who would like to network with communication professionals and learn more about the field

The Program includes a range of sessions, workshop, panels and keynote presentations.

Keynote – Teaching to Become: Identity, Language, and Pedagogy in Engineering Communication, Marie Paretti
Plenary Speech – Loose Words, Donal M Ryan

Panels include: How Can Professional Communicators Aid Rural Economic Development?; UX in/as Political Re-Negotiation; Human-AI Teaming: Cases and Considerations for Professional Communicators; Intercultural Professional Communication in Community; Reconfiguring the Relationship between Graduate Professional Writing and Rhetoric & Composition Programs: Innovations toward Transdisciplinary Integration; Investigating Job Advertisements as Interdisciplinary Research; Social Justice in Technical Communication

Workshops include: Like the idea of writing to learn, but don’t like the idea of grading papers?; Designing Instructional Videos for the Use of Complex Software Systems in Manufacturing Companies; Forming Advisory Boards in Connection with Technical Communication Academic Programs; Optimal feedback for students: How to implement feedback mechanisms in our education that respond to students’ needs?; Incorporating Ethics and Justice in STEM Communication Courses; Accessibility in Web Design; Technical Presentation Skills for STEM Professionals; Hybrid Learning Methods

IEEE Professional Communication Society is the Financial Sponsor of IEEE ProComm 2022. IEEE UK and Ireland Section, IEEE UK and Ireland Society on Social Implications of Technology (SSIT) Chapter and IEEE UK and Ireland Education Chapter are Technical Co-Sponsors.

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