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Subject:postgrad techcomm program From:"Morris, Michael" <MORRIS -at- COTR -dot- BC -dot- CA> Date:Sat, 2 Aug 1997 12:12:47 -0600
At the Canadian Institute for New Media, Research and Development at College
of the Rockies in Cranbrook BC, we are launching a postgraduate diploma
program in Technical and Professional Communications in January 1998. As we
develop the curriculum, we are seeking input from technical writers to
ensure that it reflects the workplace needs for the 21st Century. We'd like
to hear from you about those "things" you believe are most important to
technical writers. Thanks for your help.
Of course, we're also looking for students.
Please contact me by private email at <morris -at- cotr -dot- bc -dot- ca>
I'm new to the list and look forward to being part of it.
Michael J. Morris
Instructor, New Media Communications
College of the Rockies
Cranbrook BC V1C 5L7
morris -at- cotr -dot- bc -dot- ca