Mentoring Model

Sullivan, P., Simmons, M., Moore, L., Melonçon, L., and Potts, L. (2015). Intentionally recursive: A participatory model for mentoring. Proceedings of the ACM International Conference on Design of Communication. ACM SIGDOC

Paying attention to disability

Oswal, S. and Melonçon, L. (2014). Paying attention to accessibility and disability in technical and professional communication online course design. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 28(3), 271-300.

Of Horsemen and Layered Literacies

Henschel, S. and Melonçon, L. (2014). Of horsemen and layered literacies: Assessment instruments for aligning technical and professional communication undergraduate curricula with professional expectations. Programmatic Perspectives, 6(1), 3-26.

Rhetorical Accessability

Melonçon, L. (Ed.). (2013). Rhetorical accessAbility: At the intersections of technical communication and disability studies. Amityville, NY: Baywood. Technical Communication Series.
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Undergraduate Degrees in TPC

Melonçon, L. and Henschel, S. (2013). Current state of US undergraduate degree programs in technical and professional communication Technical Communication,60(1), 45-64.