Katherine McGee

  1. Formal Reports

    Formal Reports are a common genre of discourse in business and academic settings. Formal Reports are fancy. They aren't one-offs. They tend to written by teams of people, often distributed teams. And they often report results from substantive textual research and empirical research. Corporations invest substantial sums to produce formal reports. Formal Reports tend to share these organizational characteristics: front matter (prefatory) materiala...

    Published on Jun 28th 2013

  2. Review of Best Practices in Data Visualization

    Learning Objectives Design documents, visuals, and data displays that are rhetorically effective, accessible, and usable for specific audiences Recognize ethical, legal, and cultural issues in business and the professions Think of the maps you see produced by the television station or website from which you get your weather information. While the meteorologist explains that northern Florida has highs in the...

    Published on Sep 15th 2016