Online Community Network of Trainers

Subject: Online Community Network of Trainers
From: John Garison <jgarison -at- CENTRA -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 23 Jan 1997 13:34:16 -0500

Last week, Help University Inc. launched a new service to the online
community. One of our stated goals is to provide a variety of support to the
community of online information developers, and this new service is a
further step in this direction.

Called the Online Community Network, it's a consortium of experienced
technical trainers who have consolidated their training offerings into a
single schedule. Help University supports this effort by housing the online
version at http://www/ Check this site often
as more classes, cities, and instructors will be added soon.

The Help University Online Community Network offers you the ability to
select from a wide variety of courses across the United States, all in one
location. For the first quarter of 1997, we currently offer over 41
sessions, taught in 15 cities by eight select, experienced instructors.
Classes will also be offered in Chapel Hill NC prior to the HTML and WinHelp
Developer's Conference.

All courses are offered by independent trainers experienced in developing
HTML and Windows Help, most of whom are certified by one or more tool
vendors. You enroll in courses directly with the provider, not through Help
University. We support this effort, but do not profit from it as we consider
it a service to the community.

We hope that you find this another useful feature from Help University.

John Garison
Director, Corporate Communications
Help University, Inc.
john -at- helpuniversity -dot- com

John Garison
Documentation Manager - Centra Software
430 Bedford St., Lexington, MA 02173
john -at- centra -dot- com
617-861-7000 x1018 or 888-547-6300 - x1018

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