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Subject:tech communicators and training From:Karla Kitalong <kitalong -at- MTU -dot- EDU> Date:Thu, 1 Sep 1994 16:12:35 -0400
How many of you folks are involved with training at your
work place? In what capacity? Do you know of statistics
or documents or articles that support or refute my belief that
"a lot" of technical communicators function as trainers
or provide of support to training departments?
Karla Saari Kitalong kitalong -at- mtu -dot- edu
Department of Humanities
Michigan Technological U.
1400 Townsend Drive "One needs to study what kind of
Houghton, MI 49931 body the new society needs."
(906)487-3262 - Foucault, _Power/Knowledge_