Information Overload: An International Challenge for Professional Engineers and Technical Communicators is the first text to be introduced as part of the Professional Engineering Communication book series and is committed to examining, sharing, and advancing global communication practices in technical, scientific, and engineering fields. This book, effectively organized for multiple and interdisciplinary audiences—students, industry professionals, and researchers alike—provides a consistent format for relaying multifaceted content that ties together three main concepts: forms of information overload, technology, and communication. Information Overload is organized in two sections: Section I: Causes and Costs of Information Overload and Section II: Control and Reduction of Information Overload.

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