April Meeting of Metro Baltimore STC

Subject: April Meeting of Metro Baltimore STC
From: burgamw1 -at- TEOMAIL -dot- JHUAPL -dot- EDU
Date: Wed, 20 Mar 1996 09:20:09 EST

A Demonstration and Hands-On Learning Session

Tuesday, April 2, 1996
7:00 to 9:30 p.m.

Center for Advanced Technology and Competitiveness (ATEC) at Villa Julie College
in Reisterstown, Maryland

The Metro Baltimore chapter of the Society for Technical Communication will host
an educational program about Internet applications. Topics covered will include
HTML tagging, net "surfing" using various web browsers and search tools, and how
to post your own web pages. Demonstrations will be provided, and attendees will
have a hands-on opportunity to post their resumes to the Metro Baltimore STC
home page. If you are interested in posting your resume, please bring an ASCII-
text version on a 3.5-inch PC-formatted diskette.

Cost: $7.00, includes dessert and beverages.

Reservations are required and should be made by March 26, 1996. Make checks
payable to Metro Baltimore STC. Mail checks along with your name, address, and
phone number to Ms. Sue Ziegler, 9220 Dunloggin Road, Ellicott City, Maryland
21042. For further information, contact Ms. Ziegler at (410)771-0100 x2932 or
Mr. David Hancock at (410)266-4384.

The Society for Technical Communication is the world s largest nonprofit
professional organization devoted to the communication of technical information,
with a membership of over 20,000. Members of STC include professionals in
writing, editing, engineering, computer science, aerospace, management,
education, marketing, publishing, training, translating, life sciences,
medicine, technical illustrating, and graphic design. STC provides a forum for
exploring the theory and practice of all forms of technical communication
including reports, proposals, on-line documentation, manuals, journal articles,
books, brochures, audiovisual aids, training materials, and the education of
future communicators.

The Metro Baltimore chapter, one of more than 140 chapters worldwide, has over
125 members ranging from students just starting their careers to veteran
communicators. Members represent government, private industry, and academia as
well as large corporations, midsize businesses, and small entrepreneurships.
Informal meetings held throughout the year provide members with access to
pioneering advances in science and technology, career development opportunities,
and a network of communicators with whom they can exchange ideas and

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