International TCOM Survey

Subject: International TCOM Survey
From: DFIERRO <DFIERRO -at- LANIER -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 30 Jan 1996 11:40:58 EST

Hi all.

I am in the process of gathering research material for my MS in TCOM
thesis topic, "International Technical Communication through the
Internet."

The survey is "seven +/- two" questions long. For the record, before
posting this survey to the list, I first asked for permission from the
list owner, Eric Ray, who is also curious to know the results.

Note: Additional comments are optional.

- International Technical Communication through the Internet Survey -

Part One - Basic

1. Do you consider communicating globally important in your present
writing/editing style?

Yes - No - N/A

Comments:

2. Do you read/write in more than one language?

Yes - No - N/A

Comments:

3. Do you have internet access in your work environment?

Yes - No - N/A

Comments:

4. Does your work environment encourage communicating globally?

Yes - No - N/A

Comments:

5. Would you like to do more work through the internet?

Yes - No - N/A

Comments:

Part Two - Intermediate

6. Do you use the internet for recreation?

Yes - No - N/A

Comments:

7. Do you use the internet for work?

Yes - No - N/A

Comments:

Part Three - Advanced

8. Have you ever reached an internet site that was written in a
language you did not understand?

Yes - No - N/A

Comments:

9. Would you use the internet to replace/supplement international
business travel?

Yes - No - N/A

Comments:

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Please, oh please, do not send a reply to this survey to the list.
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Please return directly to -

dfierro -at- lanier -dot- com
or
danfierro -at- aol -dot- com
or
dfierro -at- sct -dot- edu

Thanks for your help. If there is enough interest, I will post the
results to the list.

Dan Fierro
dfierro -at- lanier -dot- com


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