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Subject:KC/STC March Program Update From:Audrey Choden <AChoden -at- AOL -dot- COM> Date:Sat, 21 Jan 1995 11:36:51 -0500
Last month, I posted the following message:
>I'm planning a program for the Kansas City STC chapter in March titled
>"What's Online for Technical Writers?" The program is intended to inform
>members about online resources that can help them in their jobs and
>This mailing list will be listed as one of those resources.
>I would also like to include more information about this list such as how
>has helped the people who have used it and what they find most valuable
>Please send your comments to:
>Achoden -dot- -at- AOL -dot- com or 70471 -dot- 3700 -at- compuserve -dot- com
Thanks to all of you who responded with information. At this time, we are
planning to have three panelists focus on the following major uses of online
1. Sending and receiving e-mail through CIS and the Internet
2. Sending and receiving documents through file transfer
3. Finding information on technical writing and software development.
Each panelist will focus on a different use and its benefits from their own
We will also provide a handout that lists the services and features of interes
t to tech writers. If you would like to have some information included on
this handout (and haven't responded already), please e-mail it to me by
Training by Design
AChoden -at- AOL -dot- com
70471 -dot- 3700 -at- compuserve -dot- com