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Subject:Mercer U's distance learning program From:KnoxML1 -at- TEOMAIL -dot- JHUAPL -dot- EDU Date:Wed, 22 May 1996 15:39:16 EST
>Is there an online or correspondence course teaching technical writing?
Steve Newman posted a list recently of links on technical communications
courses & resources that he compiled from answers to a similar query.
I spent quite awhile looking at them all. The only courses I found that are
truly offered on-line, as far as I could tell, were those offered in Mercer
University's Master of Science Program in Technical Communication Management.
These are offered to "distance learners"--people from all over the US are
enrolled and studying. They seem to use quite a mix of technologies to pull this
off. I ordered the catalog (by responding to their Web page) and the program
does indeed look interesting.
Is anybody on the list enrolled in Mercer's distance learning program?
Does it work? Are you getting your money's worth? I'm thinking about
applying, and some feedback from a participant would be helpful.
The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Margaret -dot- Knox -at- jhuapl -dot- edu
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