Fall Conference -- PCOC 18

Subject: Fall Conference -- PCOC 18
From: Michele Berkes 615-576-2352 <BERKESM -at- A1 -dot- OSTI -dot- GOV>
Date: Fri, 2 Sep 1994 09:19:00 -0400

Please see announcement below. For more information, contact Mike
Morrison, PCOC 18 Conference Manager (E-mail and snail mail addresses at
the end of the announcement). Or, if you'd prefer, you may send mail to
me and I'll forward it to Mike.

Michele Berkes
Facilities Manager, PCOC 18
East Tennessee Chapter
Society for Technical Communication
berkesm -at- a1 -dot- osti -dot- gov



The eighteenth annual Practical Conference on
Communication (PCOC) will be held on November 3 and 4 at the
Garden Plaza Hotel and Pollard Auditorium in Oak Ridge,
Tennessee. The conference is organized and sponsored by the East
Tennessee Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication.
Many aspects of technical writing, editing, and
information management will be discussed by communications
specialists from throughout the country. Two keynote speakers
will discuss how both traditional and electronic media
affect technical communication.
William Horton, an award-winning private consultant based
in Boulder, Colorado, will present an address entitled: "O Brave
New Media: How to Avoid Becoming Roadkill on the Information
Superhighway." Another keynote address will be given by Barry
Hudson, Staff Analyst for Westinghouse Savannah River, on
"Enterprise Multimedia."
Two days of workshops and panel discussions will
accompany the keynote addresses. Topics of these workshops and
panels will include "Graphic Design for Writers," "How Medical
Writers can Communicate More Effectively," "How To Use the WWW To
Distribute Scientific and Technical Information," and "The
Virtues and Vulnerabilities of SGML."

For additional PCOC program and registration information, contact
Mike Morrison
Manager, PCOC 18
East Tennessee Chapter
Society for Technical Communication
P.O. Box 5556
Oak Ridge, TN 37831
(615) 483-6195
mmorrisn -at- utkvx -dot- utk -dot- edu

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