Technical writing is a clear and concise form of writing with a specific methodo

Technical writing is a clear and concise form of writing with a specific methodology and purpose. After researching the University of Arizona Global Campus Library (accessible by clicking the Library link located within the left navigation toolbar, in your online course) and the Internet for additional information about what technical writing is and how it differs from other types of writing, define technical writing and its various uses or applications. Include specific examples to support your definition. Your evidence/examples should include, but is not limited to, documents, subject fields, websites, etc.
Just as it’s important to recognize the purpose and methodology of technical writing, understanding the facets of an audience and how to meet its needs is critical for technical writers. For example, writers would develop a technical document much differently for a team of scientists than they would for an audience without a background in the same subject matter. In preparation for your contributions to the course discussion on audience, read pages 89-108 from Chapter 5 (attached). Then, explain why it is important to identify the target audience of a document or presentation. Finally, describe at least four techniques that you would use to learn about your audience.