|Books on Business & Technical Writing|
NOTE: Most of these books and software items are for sale at the U of T Bookstore, and all are available at U of T libraries. To find call numbers and locations, use the "search" functions of the online catalogue.
Angell, David and Brent Heslop. The Elements of E-Mail Style.
Blake, Gary and Robert W. Bly. The Elements of Technical Writing.
Blicq, Ron. Technically Write! Communicating in a Technological Era.
Brusaw, Charles T. et al. The Business Writer's Handbook.
Burnett, Rebecca E. Technical Communication.
Day, Robert A. How to Write and Publish a Scientific Paper.
Higham, Nicholas J. Handbook of Writing for the Mathematical Sciences.
Lannon, John M. Technical Writing.
Markel, Michael. Writing in the Technical Fields: A Step-by-Step Guide for Engineers, Scientists, and Technicians.
Mavrow, Cecilia. Writing in Engineering: A Guide to Communicating.
Northey, Margot. Impact: A Guide to Business Communication.
Paradis, James G. and Muriel L. Zimmerman. The MIT Guide to Science and Engineering Communication.
White, Jan V. Graphic Design for the Electronic Age. An expert's advice on using computers to design documents effectively. Covers overall organization, use of headings and graphics, and page design.