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Subject:Re: Help w/TW skills From:Helen Hegelheimer <hxh -at- FORMTEK -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 31 Jan 1996 17:42:11 -0500
Karen Gwynn/Datatel input was excellent. Only one thing I could
possibly add. Since your students are seriously interested in the
Technical Communications field, I'd certainly make sure that they left
your class with some professional writing samples for their
I always thought the notion of working with engineering students to
document a process etc. was an excellent idea for both the future writer
and the future engineer...