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Subject:ASTC meeting (NSW, Australia) From:Sarah Lee <slee -at- ROSEBAY -dot- MATRA -dot- COM -dot- AU> Date:Sat, 1 Jun 1996 11:10:02 +1000
****** June 5th ASTC (NSW) Meeting (in Sydney)******
The meeting this month aims to 'touch base' with what is
going on in academia (related to technical communication).
TOPIC: Positives and Negatives in Technical Writing: From the
Perspective of a Linguist
SPEAKER: Dr David Hall
Dr David Hall teaches in the School of Linguistics at Macquarie University,
and is the coordinator of its Distance Learning Programs. His special
teaching interests include technical communication, learner-centred
approaches, information structuring, language for special purposes, and
Please RSVP: Jonica at the ASTC Office on (02) 211 6590
For more information: Sarah Lee (02) 391 0741
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