M Zachry
M Zachry
Professor of Human Centered Design & Engineering | University of Washington
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Genre ecologies: An open-system approach to understanding and constructing documentation
C Spinuzzi, M Zachry
ACM Journal of Computer Documentation (JCD) 24 (3), 169-181, 2000
2182000
Annotating social acts: Authority claims and alignment moves in wikipedia talk pages
EM Bender, JT Morgan, M Oxley, M Zachry, B Hutchinson, A Marin, ...
Proceedings of the Workshop on Languages in Social Media, 48-57, 2011
812011
Technical communication unbound: Knowledge work, social media, and emergent communicative practices
T Ferro, M Zachry
Technical Communication Quarterly 23 (1), 6-21, 2014
682014
Chains and ecologies: Methodological notes toward a communicative-mediational model of technologically mediated writing
C Spinuzzi, W Hart-Davidson, M Zachry
Proceedings of the 24th annual ACM international conference on Design of …, 2006
582006
An interview with edward r. tufte
M Zachry, C Thralls
Technical Communication Quarterly 13 (4), 447-462, 2004
482004
Communicative practices in workplaces and the professions: Cultural perspectives on the regulation of discourse and organizations
M Zachry, C Thralls
Routledge, 2017
472017
Communicative practices in the workplace: A historical examination of genre development
M Zachry
Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 30 (1), 57-79, 2000
462000
The contextualized technology adaptation process (CTAP): Optimizing health information technology to improve mental health systems
AR Lyon, JK Wasse, K Ludwig, M Zachry, EJ Bruns, J Unützer, ...
Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services …, 2016
452016
Usability instruction in technical communication programs: New directions in curriculum development
LAMK Breuch, M Zachry, C Spinuzzi
Journal of Business and Technical Communication 15 (2), 223-240, 2001
412001
Visualizing writing activity as knowledge work: challenges & opportunities
W Hart-Davidson, C Spinuzzi, M Zachry
Proceedings of the 24th annual ACM international conference on Design of …, 2006
332006
Rhetorical analysis
M Zachry
The handbook of business discourse, 68-79, 2009
322009
Constructing usable documentation: A study of communicative practices and the early uses of mainframe computing in industry
M Zachry
Journal of technical writing and communication 31 (1), 61-76, 2001
302001
Editing beyond articles: diversity & dynamics of teamwork in open collaborations
JT Morgan, M Gilbert, DW McDonald, M Zachry
Proceedings of the 17th ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative …, 2014
292014
Capturing & visualizing knowledge work: results & implications of a pilot study of proposal writing activity
W Hart-Davidson, C Spinuzzi, M Zachry
Proceedings of the 25th annual ACM international conference on Design of …, 2007
292007
Negotiating with angry mastodons: the wikipedia policy environment as genre ecology
JT Morgan, M Zachry
Proceedings of the 16th ACM international conference on Supporting group …, 2010
282010
Conceptualizing communicative practices in organizations: Genre-based research in professional communication
M Zachry
Business Communication Quarterly 63 (4), 95-95, 2000
262000
Productive tensions and the regulatory work of genres in the development of an engineering communication workshop in a transnational corporation
K Gygi, M Zachry
Journal of Business and Technical Communication 24 (3), 358-381, 2010
252010
Human-centered design and the field of technical communication
M Zachry, JH Spyridakis
Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 46 (4), 392-401, 2016
232016
Building for social translucence: a domain analysis and prototype system
DW McDonald, S Gokhman, M Zachry
Proceedings of the ACM 2012 conference on computer supported cooperative …, 2012
232012
Finding patterns in behavioral observations by automatically labeling forms of wikiwork in barnstars
DW McDonald, S Javanmardi, M Zachry
Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Wikis and Open …, 2011
222011
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