Tri-Service Literacy and Readability: Workshop Proceedings.
NAVY PERSONNEL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER SAN DIEGO CA
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Contents A Possible Framework for the Study of Readability, The Practical Application of ReadabilityComprehensibility Research to the Production of More Usable Military Technical Materials, Computer-Stored Navy Word Lists for Readability Analysis and Literacy Training, Validation of the Navy Readability Indices, Measurement of Technical Reading Ability and the Difficulty of Technical Materials, Synopsis of AFHRL Literacy Research Projects, An Attempt to Communicate While Training and Assessing Without Serendipity, Buying Readability--Specifications and Standards, Reading Problems within the Army, Department of the Army Efforts to Improve Readability of the Administrative Publications, Technical Graphics Comprehensibility Assessment, Recapitulation, Amplification of Tri-Service Readability Workshop Presentations Relative to Communicating with the Reader Population.
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