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Subject:Re: Book suggestions? From:Legislative Serv Ctr <amurphy -at- WLN -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 6 Mar 1997 10:12:11 -0800
You might find a new book from John Wiley very useful for your purposes:
_Designing and Delivering Scientific, Technical and Managerial
Presentations_, by Peter Hager and H. J. Scheiber. We plan to review it in
a future issue of _Technical Communication_.
Avon Murphy, Book Review Editor
Legislative Service Center
2404 Chandler Court SW
Olympia, WA 98502
amurphy -at- wln -dot- com
On Thu, 6 Mar 1997, Janice Lee wrote:
> Can anyone suggest a book on presentation skills and public speaking for
> technical writers? This is the topic for our next STC meeting; we like
> to give books pertaining to the theme of the meeting as door prizes.
> Thank you!
> Janice Lee
> K.C. Chapter