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Kilgus, Lawrence; Force, Christina; Powell, Loreen M. – Journal of Applied Research for Business Instruction, 2016
Teaching business communication can be a challenge as students often have preconceived notions about the usefulness of the course content. The level of instructor challenges include, but are not limited to unmotivated students, low student engagement, and poor class attendance. These challenges may be overcome with the use of web application…
Descriptors: Business Communication, Computer Uses in Education, Internet, Computer Oriented Programs
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Chalupa, Marilyn – Journal of Applied Research for Business Instruction, 2015
Technology has and continues to transform communication channels. As a result, electronic communications has become ubiquitous in the workplace allowing for collaboration, cost reduction, and increased productivity. Social media tools allow for connecting to and interacting with a larger audience. The digital generation comes to the classroom…
Descriptors: Business Communication, Social Media, Assignments, Reports
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Snyder, Lisa Gueldenzoph; Shwom, Barbara – Journal of Applied Research for Business Instruction, 2011
Most business communication classes teach students to use a writing process to compose effective documents. Students practice the process by applying it to various types of writing with various purposes-reports, presentations, bad news letters, persuasive memos, etc. However, unless students practice that process in other contexts outside of the…
Descriptors: Business Education, Communication Skills, Speech Communication, Writing Processes
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Roach-Duncan, Joy – Journal of Applied Research for Business Instruction, 2010
In recent times experiential learning attempted to assist student development in almost every field. More specifically regarding business studies, instructors have used experiential learning projects in a variety of ways, depending upon the business function. The described learning project progression holds the potential to be useful to…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Business Communication, Research Methodology, Experiential Learning
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Crews, Moody E.; Hemby, K. Virginia – Journal of Applied Research for Business Instruction, 2009
This paper is an extension of an earlier JARBI article, "Integrating University and College Career Services Programs into the Business Communication Curriculum" (Hemby & Crews, 2005). The original article provided business communication instructors with ideas for integrating career services' programs into the business communication curriculum,…
Descriptors: Business Communication, Experiential Learning, Program Effectiveness, Career Centers
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Fernsten, Linda; Fernsten, Jeffrey – Journal of Applied Research for Business Instruction, 2008
A writing workshop is a pedagogical tool that can create a more productive experience for teachers and students alike. Business students who have used this technique with experienced instructors agree that a well-planned writing workshop can be useful for dispelling writing fears, furthering understanding of business communication skills,…
Descriptors: Business Communication, Writing Strategies, Writing Workshops, Communication Skills