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Sounds to me that you're looking for something Eric has already set up.
>===== Original Message From Jane Lasarenko <janel -at- lcix -dot- net> =====
>Hello all :)
>I currently teach writing courses at Slippery Rock University in
>Pennsylvania, although I spent 10 years as a technical writer/editor in
>another lifetime. I'm looking for your help in developing a project I
>think is critical to the success of our Professional Writing Track degree:
>I envision a program where our technical writing students could
>communicate with professional writers about the possibilities for
>careers in technical writing, about how particular projects are
>developed and carried out in professional settings, and about problems
>with their assignments. These interactions would take up very little of
>your time, perhaps about 1/2 hour per month.