Thursday, Jun 20, 2024

Engineering / IT

Olivet Institute of Technology Ph.D. Candidates Dive into Advanced Research and Technical Writing in Spring

April 11, 2024

To refine their communication skills in the realm of research, Ph.D. students at Olivet Institute of Technology now have the opportunity to enroll in a new course titled "Advanced Reading & Writing in Information Technology". This offering aims to equip scholars with the necessary tools to effectively articulate their findings and navigate the intricate landscape of academic discourse. The course commenced this week under the expert guidance of Dr. Rajan Thapaliya. 

During the introductory session, Dr. Thapaliya provided a comprehensive overview of the course's multifaceted curriculum meticulously crafted to bolster advanced literacy within the IT sphere. Encompassing a diverse array of subjects, the program delves into essential topics such as technical writing, research methodologies, critical reading, and tailored communication strategies for various stakeholders. Moreover, students will explore nuances of documentation standards, adeptness in crafting communication for software development, navigating project management dialogue, and refining professional communication. Dr. Thapaliya will also highlight the legal and ethical considerations in communication, technical editing, visual elements, and collaborative writing. This comprehensive curriculum will empower students to adeptly convey complex technical concepts within the dynamic and ever-evolving landscape of Information Technology.

Evident from the palpable enthusiasm among the student body, there is a collective eagerness to delve into the enriching journey offered by this course. Students anticipate significant academic progress in areas such as technical writing, research methodologies, critical reading, and beyond.

Events / Calendar
  • Jun 21

    Commencement

  • Jun 21

    Last day to register

  • Jun 24

    Grades Due

  • Jun 29

    Grade petition deadline

  • Jul 02

    Orientation