Re: Questions on the Business End of Things
I came into tech writing somewhat serendipitously two years ago after--
leaving the academic world ... I've considered getting more specialized training, and have worked to
learn new software and technologies, and I do have a big interest in
things like information design and management.
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Professor, Technical Communication
Seneca College of Applied Arts & Technology
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