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Subject:New On-line tech writing program From:David Hailey <FAHAILEY -at- WPO -dot- HASS -dot- USU -dot- EDU> Date:Mon, 24 Mar 1997 11:23:46 -0700
Utah State University will begin offering on-line classes toward an MA or MS
in technical communications. The program will focus specifically on working,
professional writers who do not want to leave the workplace to get a master's
degree. Estimated time for completion is 2 or 3 years.
This Summer, the university will offer a help file authoring seminar that will
focus on traditional topics and on the new HTMLhelp poking its head over the
horizon. The class will be co-taught by Marj Hermansen from her Novell office
and by David Hailey at USU.
The price for the class will be between the $300 and $500. Matriculated
students will have first priority, but if the class does not fill,
non-matriculated students will be allowed to take empty spaces.
The entire class will be taught on-line.
For more information, contact me here.
Utah State University
fahailey -at- wpo -dot- hass -dot- usu -dot- edu