Call for Papers for Region 4 STC Conference

Subject: Call for Papers for Region 4 STC Conference
From: Suzanne Williams <sdwill -at- MCS -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 8 May 1995 14:46:46 -0500

Chicago Chapter of STC Announces Call for Papers

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Suzanne Williams
(708) 519-1582

The Chicago chapter of the Society for Technical Communication is currently
accepting proposals for presentations on technical communication for the STC
Regional IV Conference to be held October 6-7, 1995 at the Allerton Hotel on
Chicago's Magnificent Mile. Speakers should prepare to speak for 40 minutes
and allow 10-15 minutes to answer questions from the audience.
The theme of this year's conference is "New Frontiers in Technical
Communication." Following a keynote presentation by William Horton, the
conference will explore a variety of subjects, including:
- writing, editing, indexing, abstracting
- design, layout, desktop publishing
- usability testing, learning styles, customer feedback
- SGML, ISO 9000, TQM
- integrating documentation with training or marketing
- managing projects and people
- translation, writing for the global marketplace
- online documentation, multimedia, the Internet
- resumes, interviewing, career development

Those interested should submit, by June 15, 1995, a one-page abstract of
their presentation, panel discussion, or proposed workshop and plans for any
group activities via mail or fax to:
Joy Mason, Conference Manager
Chicago STC
P.O. Box 46337
Chicago, IL 60646
phone, days: (708) 698-6050
fax: (708) 698-6061

Presenters will be notified of acceptance by June 30, 1995; they must
register for the conference by August 15, 1995. The conference registration
fee for STC members and presenters who register before August 15, 1995 is
$149. Presenters are invited to a Welcome Reception on Thursday evening,
October 5. They will also receive a copy of the Conference Proceedings, in
which the outline, handout, or summary of their presentation will appear.

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