STC Region 7 Conference: Proposals invited!

Subject: STC Region 7 Conference: Proposals invited!
From: Jay Mead <jlmead -at- OURAY -dot- CUDENVER -dot- EDU>
Date: Fri, 15 May 1998 10:59:42 -0600

STC Region 7 Conference: 10/15 - 10/17, 1998
Information: www.stcrmc.org/region7/conference.htm

The Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication (RMC
STC) invites technical communicators to submit
presentation proposals for the 1998 STC Region 7 Conference, to be held
October 15, 16, and 17 in Denver, Colorado.

Entitled "The Medium Formerly Known as Print: New Directions in Technical
Communication," the conference will explore new
media such as Web-based publishing and online documentation as well as
the importance of fundamental communication skills. The conference
features noted keynote speaker Richard Thieme, whose extensive writing
and speaking focuses primarily on the impact of computer technology on
individuals, organizations, and society. The closing speaker will be
William Boast, author of Masters of Change.

Presentations topics may include communicators'
expanded roles and opportunities; new tools and techniques that extend
traditional print and online media; and fundamental skills such as
writing, editing, and document design, audience analysis and usability
testing, and project management. Proposals for papers, panels, and
workshops in any of these topic areas are welcome.

For information about submitting a proposal, visit
the STC Region 7 Conference Web site:

http://www.stcrmc.org/region7/conference.htm

Proposals must be received by May 29, 1998.

If you have questions, feel free to contact me (and I'll be at the Anaheim
meeting next week, and would be happy to talk with you there).

Jay Mead
Galileo International
jay -dot- mead -at- den -dot- galileo -dot- com
303-397-5141




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