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Special STC Journal Issue: Technical Communication in Cyberspace
Subject:Special STC Journal Issue: Technical Communication in Cyberspace From:"George F. Hayhoe" <gfhayhoe -at- SCESCAPE -dot- NET> Date:Tue, 5 Nov 1996 12:11:47 -0500
STC's journal, _Technical Communication_, is pleased to announce the
mailing of its 4th Quarter 1996 special issue on Technical Communication in
Cyberspace, guest-edited by Laura J. Gurak and Christine M. Silker. The
issue contains nine excellent articles, as well as an introduction and
Laura J. Gurak and Christine M. Silker, "Introduction"
Eric J. Ray, "TECHWR-L: A History and Case Study of a Profession-Specific
Gary Beason, "Redefining Written Products with WWW Documentation: A Study
of the Technical Writing Process at a Computer Company"
Cynthia A. Wambeam and Robert Kramer, "Design Teams and the Web: A
Collaborative Model for the Workplace"
Christine M. Silker and Laura J. Gurak, "Technical Communication in
Cyberspace: Report of a Qualitative Study"
John December, "An Information Development Methodology for the World Wide
Kevin Hunt, "Establishing a Presence on the World Wide Web: A Rhetorical
David C. Leonard, "Using the Web for Graduate Courses in Technical
Communication with Distant Learners"
Ann Hill Duin and Ray Archee, "Collaboration via E-mail and Internet Relay
Chat: Understanding Time and Technology"
Joanna Tumminello and Pär Carlshamre, "An International Internet
STC members should receive their copies within the next two weeks or so
(delivery outside North America may take somewhat longer).
If you are not an STC member and would like to order a copy, send your
request with payment ($25; $33.75 overseas) to STC, 901 North Stuart
Street, Suite 904, Arlington, VA 22203. (Be sure to specify that you want a
copy of the 4Q96 issue of the journal.)