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Subject:Re: Courses in Technical Writing From:"Virginia L. Krenn" <asdxvlk -at- OKWAY -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU> Date:Thu, 20 Mar 1997 15:51:05 -0600
If the following sounds interesting (even though it's not "Technical
Writing"), go to <www.okstate.edu/cis_info/new/classes2.html>.
Writing for Publication
Learn the nuts and bolts of writing for publication in a real-life setting
-- as a working member of the "Virtual Spectrum" editorial staff! Learn by
doing and sharpen your writing skills as you work with classmates to launch
the official newspaper of the Virtual U, developing content and story
ideas, researching leads, and meeting deadlines; or work the other side of
the desk as an Editor. Learn first-hand what goes into creating a
This workshop was originally scheduled for the Summer, 1996, quarter and
has been revamped and updated. Meet new friends and future colleagues, see
your writing in print, and earn byline credit for your published work to
start or build your writer's resume!
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Subject: Re: Courses in Technical Writing
Author: "Robert A. Cincotta" <rcincott -at- notes -dot- cc -dot- bellcore -dot- com> at SMTP
Date: 3/20/97 3:11 PM
I was wondering if there were any on-line course available in Technical
Writing... Anyone know of any? I have done some looking but failed to find