technical writing course offered via distance ed

Subject: technical writing course offered via distance ed
From: janice czyscon <jczyscon -at- FACSTAFF -dot- WISC -dot- EDU>
Date: Wed, 26 Oct 1994 22:09:57 -0500

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University of Wisconsin-Madison
Department of Engineering Professional Development
Announces a Course on

Technical Writing
January 24-May 11, 1995
An audiographics course
Tuesdays and Thursdays
1:00-2:15 p.m. Central Time

Participate in this course at a Location Convenient to You
The University of Wisconsin's WisView Network uses audiographic
teleconferencing to provide education at a distance. The university can
deliver this practical course for technical professionals to conference
rooms and public agencies throughout the world.
This 3-credit course focuses on developing quality writing and speaking
skills for real-world situations. Written assignments will help you learn
how to plan, prepare, and critique a variety of reports and business
letters. You will also practice making oral presentations of written
reports. The course lectures and discussions will cover different writing
techniques, styles, and presentation formats.

Upon completion of this course, you will know how to
o organize, prepare, and draft memos, proposals, and engineering reports
ouse the research tools found in a modern scientific/technical library,
including CD-ROM databases and on-line catalogs.

Who Will Benefit From This Course
This course will benefit managers, supervisors, scientists, technicians,
engineers, and administrators who want to improve their writing and
speaking skills.

More Information Available Via e-mail
To receive a complete course brochure that includes a more detailed course
description, course outline, and instructor bios via e-mail, send a note
via e-mail to Janice Czyscon at

jczyscon -at- facstaff -dot- wisc -dot- edu

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