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Aimee Roundtree
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Attended University of Texas at Austin
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My book—Computer Simulation, Rhetoric and the Scientific Imagination—is out. In it, I reveal the argumentative strategies behind simulated findings in science, and I show how subjective and social influences don’t diminish simulations’ virtue or power to represent the real thing. If you're interested in buying it, my publisher is offering a special 30% OFF discount. To get the discount, use code LEX30AUTH14 when ordering online at rowman.com. Valid until 12/31/2014. See https://rowman.com/ISBN/9780739175569.
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Last week for SXSW panel picker. Hoping you like my proposal, "Big Social Media Results at Small Organizations" enough to comment on and vote for it. http://bit.ly/qYYnjY
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Lots of great presentations on new methods to effectively and efficiently apply digital resources in community and healthcare settings to obtain optimal behavior changes and health outcomes at the Digital Health Communication Extravaganza!
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Associate Professor, University of Houston-Downtown
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  • University of Houston-Downtown
    Associate Professor, present
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Researcher. Writer. Professor. Health Communicator. Usability Pro. Not necessarily in that order.
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Associate Professor and Coordinator of the technical communication program at the University of Houston-Downtown. I teach courses in medical and science writing, social media, hypermedia and technology, Web publishing and accessibility, visual design, proposal writing, and technical communication. I also serve as a medical writer and qualitative researcher in the Texas Medical Center. I'm currently working on several projects, including a book manuscript on the rhetorical nature of computer simulations, another on organizational uses of social media, and manuscripts on health-related uses of Facebook, Twitter and blogs.
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  • University of Texas at Austin
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