Oct 18 SF STC mtg: SGML in the Workplace

Subject: Oct 18 SF STC mtg: SGML in the Workplace
From: Bob Seitz <bobseitz -at- NETCOM -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 26 Sep 1995 14:07:24 -0700

Please feel free to forward this message to individuals who might be
interested. However, please do *not* repost it to CompuServe,
America Online, or Usenet ba.announce; this has been done already.

Society for Technical Communication
San Francisco Chapter



Ruthann Fowler will focus on how SGML is used, typical tools,
implementation issues such as conversion vs. native authoring, and
impacts on practitioners and managers. If you are in the
decision-making process, this presentation will broaden your

Ruthann Fowler owns RAF Communications, a San Francisco-based
technical communications company specializing in online help,
electronic books, and instructional design. She has been in the
computer industry and technical communications for over twenty years
and has worked with technology companies throughout the Bay Area.

Ruthann developed and taught "Managing People in Publications" for
the Managing Publications Certificate Program at UCSC and has taught
"Fundamentals of Technical Writing" at Media Alliance. She has
developed curriculum for the Communication Arts and Information
Technologies program at Vista College and was Co-Director of the 1992
Northern California Technical Publications Competition.

As founding Director of the Northern California SGML Users Group and
1995 President, she is currently involved in re-engineering
paper-based publishing systems to produce electronic books and
advancing education about SGML.

Questions from the audience are welcome.

When: Wednesday, October 18, 1995
6:00 p.m.: Networking and self-serve hors d'oeuvres
6:45 p.m.: Program
Meetings are usually on the 3rd Wednesday of the month

Where: Stagecoach Restaurant, Wells Fargo Room
Wells Fargo Building
44 Montgomery Street at Sutter Street (downstairs)
Downtown San Francisco
A short walk from the Montgomery Street BART Station

Admission: Including self-serve hors d'oeuvres:
STC members: $10
Nonmembers: $12
Reservations are *not* needed this month

Recorded Info: STC Events Hotline: (415) 985-7121

Contact for Send e-mail to
San Francisco sfcevnt -at- stc -dot- org
Chapter: with "SF STC" at the beginning of your Subject line

Mailing List: To receive notices of the meetings by e-mail or to
change your address, send a message to
sfcevnt -at- stc -dot- org
with "SF STC mailing list" as your Subject line.
Please keep your e-mail address up to date.

Our Web Page: http://stc.org/region8/sfc/events/sfhomepg.html
is sometimes more up to date than this e-mail message
and includes info on several STC subjects

Other Bay Go to "Chapter Home Pages," then "Region 8" on the
Area Chapters: STC Web site: http://stc.org

Job Leads: To be added to the STC Job Leads list, send e-mail to
rosalyn -at- netcom -dot- com
To have a job lead posted on the list, send e-mail to
stcjobs -at- aol -dot- com

Membership: Contact the International STC Office

International Voice: (703) 522-4114
STC Office: Fax: (703) 522-2075
BBS: (703) 522-3299
e-mail: stc -at- tmn -dot- com
ftp: ftp.clark.net /pub/stc
Web: http://www.clark.net:80/pub/stc/www/
Society for Technical Communication
901 N. Stuart Street, Suite 904
Arlington, VA 22203

The STC is the Society for Technical Communication, an international
nonprofit organization of over 16,000 technical writers, editors,
illustrators, printers, publishers, educators, students, engineers,
and scientists in all areas of technology. The STC's mission is to
provide timely and innovative programs and services for the education
and professional development of its members.

Bob Seitz, Publicity Manager
San Francisco Chapter
Society for Technical Communication
bobseitz -at- netcom -dot- com

Previous by Author: TELECOMMUTING
Next by Author: Re: BAD classroom exercises
Previous by Thread: Searching TECHWR-L archives
Next by Thread: THANKS for input on repetitive motion injuries

What this post helpful? Share it with friends and colleagues:

Sponsored Ads