RE: What tech writers "do"

Subject: RE: What tech writers "do"
From: "Robotti, Anne \(Carlin\)" <ARobotti -at- CarlinGroup -dot- com>
To: "Brian Gilbert" <BGILBER -at- transunion -dot- com>, "Melissa Nelson" <melmis36 -at- hotmail -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 9 Nov 2006 09:34:28 -0500

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<DIV dir=ltr><BR><FONT size=2>&gt;What's important as a technical writer is
being able to understand your<BR>&gt;audience, what information they need, how
best to communicate that<BR>&gt;information, and, of course, actually
implementing that communication,<BR>&gt;i.e., writing.&nbsp;<BR></FONT></DIV>
<DIV dir=ltr><FONT size=2>And of course, pursuant to knowing your audience, I've
often found that the best way to get students interested in tech writing is to
lead with the fact that we often write the user manuals for video games and
computer games. Then I get to all the other stuff.</FONT></DIV>
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<P><FONT size=2>Anne</P>
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