Re: Good books/agencies/training courses

Subject: Re: Good books/agencies/training courses
From: Peter Kent <76711 -dot- 2557 -at- COMPUSERVE -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 15 Feb 1996 01:22:45 EST

>>Beverly Parks said
Ohio University offers a technical writing correspondence course.
They can be reached at 800-444-2910.<<

Thanks very much, I'll give them a call.

>>Paul Ryken said:
I also agree with the comments concerning the need for your book to have an
international flavour. In New Zealand, it is very difficult to get good
technical books as well as technical / on line writing courses.>>

Well, I'll try. It's a bit difficult, though. I'm currently trying to track
down
tech-writing organizations throughout the world, but I'm having problems. Few
are on the Web yet, and I used Gales directory of organizations but couldn't
find many. I'm also adding agencies overseas as people send them to me. As for
taxes, etc., I'm sticking with the US, of course. Most of the rest of the book
is applicable pretty much anywhere.



Thanks for your help,

Peter Kent

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