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Last updated 9 April 2007 — now very out of date!

Planning and managing projects

e-Learning by Design, by William Horton
Pfeiffer, 2006, ISBN 0787984256.
Information Development: Managing Your Documentation Projects, Portfolio, and People, by JoAnn T. Hackos
Wiley Publishing, 2007, ISBN 0471777110.
Secrets of Successful Web Sites, by David Siegel
“Project Management on the World Wide Web.” Hayden Books, 1997, ISBN 1568303823.
Using E-Learning, by William K. Horton
American Society for Training & Development, 2002, ISBN 1562863096.

Consulting, teleworking, other business

Do It Wrong Quickly: How the Web Changes the Old Marketing Rules, by Mike Moran
IBM Press, 2007, ISBN 978-0132255967.

Getting started in technical writing

The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Technical Writing, by Krista Van Laan, Catherine Julian, JoAnn Hackos
Alpha Books, 2001, ISBN 0028641469.
Technical Writing 101, by Alan S. Pringle and Sarah S. O’Keefe
“A Real-World Guide to Planning and Writing Technical Documentation.” Second Edition, Scriptorium Press, 2003, ISBN 097047332X.
Technical Writing for Dummies, by Sheryl Lindsell-Roberts
For Dummies, 2001, ISBN 0764553089.