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What exactly do you mean by "computer-mediated calibration"? What are
some examples of it? Thanks.
On Thu, 24 Oct 1996 Iamarika -at- AOL -dot- COM wrote:
> Dear Technical Writers,
> As a graduate student of technical and science communication, researching
> computer-mediated calibration, electronic communication, and interactive
> communication, it would be interesting in knowing if the corporate world has
> embraced the technology or is it still just theory?
> I asked my instructor (employed also as an editor/manager), if LockheadMartin
> uses computer-mediated collaborative methods to produce proposals, documents
> or other technical writings. His answer surprisingly was no. I find it
> amazing that a facility as technically oriented as LockheadMartin does not
> take advantage of this medium. However, his comments toward collaboration
> were positive.