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I'd like to invite list members to visit and contribute to the
Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies, an online, not-for-profit
organization devoted to the study and development of cyberculture.
TECHWR-L readers may find the "Courses in Cyberculture" section
especially interesting. Among the over 60 links to dynamic
syllabi from college and university courses are "Communication
in the Digital Age," "Hyperwriting," "Information Technology &
Communication," and "The Technology of Writing." Further, there
are many technical writing-related papers, projects, and sites
under the "Conversations/Collaborations" and "Featured Links"
Direct any comments, questions, and/or suggestions to:
Founder, Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies
Graduate Student, Department of American Studies
University of Maryland, College Park
<rccs -at- otal -dot- umd -dot- edu>