Re: New to Technical Writing
My question is about education for Technical Writing. I am new to technical writing but not to the technology field. My background is in systems and network administration. I have also worked on software development. I am looking to expand my technical career into technical communications. I feel a better fit with this than systems support. I have researched some of the education links on TECHWR-l and the local chapter STC website and soon became overwhelmed. I would really like to take online courses. Any suggestions from anyone.
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