opportunities in dist ed course design or library science

Subject: opportunities in dist ed course design or library science
From: "Robyn Schell" <robyn_schell -at- dccnet -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 19 Jun 2002 20:18:25 -0700


Hello Whirlers, since technical writing and web design contracts are in
short supply right now, I'd like to move into a new field. There are two
university programs I'm interested in: technology in distance education and
training (designing online courses) and library, archival and information
studies.

Does anyone have any information on the opportunities available in either
these fields. Has anyone made the transition from tech writing to either
dist ed design or library science? Both tie into technical communications
quite nicely but I don't want to end up in another shrinking market.

Thanks!

Robyn Schell

r2 information design ltd
www.r2id.com <http://www.r2id.com>
1-604-885-2864



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