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Birmingham Conference on Technical Communication
March 25-26, 1994
Trends & Traditions: Adding Value for the '90s
Birmingham Chapter of Society for Technical Communication
Samford University Writing Programs
This one and one-half day seminar, to be held March 25
and 26, 1994, on the campus of Samford University, is
intended to examine the issues facing practicing
professional communicators for the rest of this decade.
Th list of suggested topics, though not comprehensive,
How SGML impacts our work
How ISO 9000 will change the way we do business
The life of the consultant/freelancer/contractor
What lies beyond desktop publishing
Satisfying client requirements
Level of edit
Topics in graphics and visual literacy
How/what/why we teach
How we show the value we add
Mail a 100-word abstract of your paper/pane/pworkshop
proposal by DECEMBER 31, 1993, to:
Publication Services, B225
Southern Company Services, Inc.
P. O. Box 2625
Birmingham, AL 35202-2625
David H. Roberts
Director of University Writing Programs
Birmingham, AL 35229-2207 USA
Voice: (205) 870-2964; Fax: (205) 870-2276 or 2384
Bitnet/Internet: dhrobert -at- samford -dot- bitnet