Volume 24, Number 1, February 2000
: Intentionality and other nonsignificant in issues learning: commentary on Margaret Martinez's Intentional Learning in an Intentional World?
: Integrating academics and industry: a challenge for both sides.
Volume 24, Number 2, May 2000
David L. Armbruster
: Issues of online research repositories from the perspective of the biomedical sciences.
Robert R. Johnson
: Nardi and O'Day's information ecologies: using technology with heart.
Frances J. Ranney
: At the heart of information ecologies: invisibility and technical communication.
Volume 24, Number 3, August 2000
: Introduction to this classic reprint and commentaries.
George R. Klare
: The measurement of readability: useful information for communicators.
: Readability formulas have even more limitations than Klare discusses.
Karen A. Schriver
: Readability formulas in the new millenium: what's the use?
: Klare's "useful information" ist useful for Web designers.
, Mark Zachry
: Genre ecologies: an open-system approach to understanding and constructing documentation.
Volume 24, Number 4, November 2000
: Product, process, and profit: the politics of usability in a software venture.
Patricia A. Carlson
: Information technology and the emergence of a worker-centered organization.
: Exploring the blind spot: audience, purpose, and context in "product, process, and profit".
Eric N. Wiebe
: Deep realities: the fit of usability in business.
: Metaphor in theory and practice: the influence of metaphors on expectations.
: A conversation and commentary on from Millwrights to Shipwrights.