Excellence in Business Communication Wins Textbook Excellence Award from Textbook Academic Authors Association

Excellence in Business Communication, by John V. Thill and Courtland L. Bovee, is a winner of the 2018 Textbook & Academic Authors Association’s Textbook Excellence Award, which recognizes excellence in current textbooks and learning materials.

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Three Decades of Innovation, Helping Instructors Prepare Students for the Contemporary Workplace

Success in any medium depends on the ability to write effectively and efficiently. Learn how ti give your students clear guidance with a proven three-step process that takes the uncertainly and frustration out of every writing project. . .

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The Top Ten Words of the Year As Selected by Merriam-Webster

Here are the top ten words of the year as selected by Merriam-Webster.

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Do You Know the Key Topics That Are Disrupting Business Communication Course Content?

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20 Words That You’re Probably Using Incorrectly

While definitions have been known to shift based on the way a word is commonly used, some popular uses are just plain wrong.

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27 Fascinating Maps That Show How Americans Speak English Differently Across the U.S.

A survey of more than 30,000 people, turned into a series of maps, showcase the linguistic quirks that make American English such a fascinating dialect.

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27 Ways the Business Communication Course Can Help Your Students

In your class you’ll probably be emphasizing the long-term value of the business communication course to your students. Here’s our list of 27 ways communication skills can help students in their personal and professional lives.

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