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Subject:STC Region 8 Conference: Student Opportunities From:rasky <rasky -at- UCSSUN1 -dot- SDSU -dot- EDU> Date:Wed, 12 Oct 1994 01:31:13 GMT
This November, the Society for Technical Communication will have its
annual Region 8 Conference at the Catamaran Resort Hotel in Pacific
Beech. Professional writers from across the Arizon and California
regions will be there to workshop and to lecture on the techniques, and
technologies that enable specialists and non-specialists from all
fields to communicate effectively.
Whether you are a student of engineering, computer science, bio-med, arts
and graphics, or the humanities, technology and those who write about it
will affect yourself and your profession. Why not attend the Region 8
Conference as a student or a student volunteer and meet with the people
that make technology happen for its users.
WHERE: The Catamaran Resort Hotel, San Diego, California
WHEN: November 10, 11, 12
* Editing the Editor
* Technical Communication and the Emerging Workplace
* Looking for a Job (1): Creating the Perfect Resume
* Interfacing Through the Intenet: the Impact on International Technical
* Futureshock: Containing the Explosion of Information in the 90's and Beyond
* Getting Product Engineers to Communicate
* Interactive Multimedia Show-and-Tell
* Drive-In Hypertext
* Introduction to Human Factors
* Between Cultures: Technical Communicators and the International Community,
and many, many, more.
* Be interested in the transmission and communication of ideas.
* Be a student
* Be there.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Donald M. Rasky
STC: Student Chapter, SDSU
phone/fax: 619 283-7768
email: rasky -at- ucssun1 -dot- sdsu -dot- edu