Another STC news release

Subject: Another STC news release
From: Bill Walters <wcwalters -at- UCDAVIS -dot- EDU>
Date: Mon, 3 Oct 1994 20:35:32 -0700

Society for Technical Communication Sacramento Chapter
Post Office Box1292
Roseville, CA 95661

CONTACT: STC INFO LINE (916) 658-9602
Mary FitzSimons
(916) 676-9303

October 1, 1994

1995 Writer in the Workplace Conference Call for Papers

(SACRAMENTO, CA) Technical writers, educators, and other communications
professionals in the technical industry are invited to submit proposals
for presentation at the 1995 Writer in the Workplace Conference by
November 5, 1994.

The Writer in the Workplace: Blazing New Trails, the eighth annual
conference, will be held Saturday, March 11, 1995, at American River
College in Sacramento, California. This year's conference theme reflects
the continual rapid changes occurring in technical communications
environments. The keynote speaker will be Ben Dominitz, President and
founder of Prima Publishing, the world's largest publisher of video and
game books. Mr. Dominitz will discuss Prima Publishing's collection of
computer productivity and reference titles. Featured conference stems are:
New Technologies, Clear Writing and Communication, and Professional

The Writer in the Workplace Conference is presented annually by the
Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication and American River
Both STC members and non-members are invited to present and attend.

STC is a professional organization dedicated to education and advancement
of technical communicators and has over 18,000 members and 125 chapters
worldwide. STC members include writer,s editors, managers, educators,
students, consultants, graphic designers, and audio visual specialists.

For more information, or to request a Call for Papers, call the STC
Sacramento Chapter Information Line at (916) 658-9602, or write to:
William Blank, Conference Director, Post Office Box 60948, Sacramento,
California 95860.


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