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Stuart A. Selber
Master of Arts in Professional Communication Program
Department of English
Clemson University 803-656-1677 (voice)
Strode Tower, Box 341503 803-656-1345 (fax)
Clemson, SC 29634-1503 sselber -at- hubcap -dot- clemson -dot- edu
> The STC Internet pilot project is going online and we would like to be as
> complete and as inclusive as possible. We have a Web page that links to a
> variety of places already (thanks to Eric Ray, committee member and friend
> to all). However, we would like to find out if there are any STC or Technical
> Communications Web sites out there to which we can link.
> We're specifically looking for any new STC chapter, committees, or regional
> sites, as well as any new Web sites about writing, multimedia, SGML, and
> other topics of interest.
> If you have any information on any of these, please let me know at:
> helena -at- netcom -dot- com
> Thanks for your help,
> Helena Jerney
> Manager, STC Internet Pilot Project