ANNOUNCEMENT: Online Professional Technical Writing Course

Subject: ANNOUNCEMENT: Online Professional Technical Writing Course
From: Michael Truscello <mtruscel -at- GOLDEN -dot- NET>
Date: Thu, 17 Dec 1998 00:59:28 -0500

Technical communicators and various IT professionals looking for an online
forum for professional development may now register for
on-line-learning.com's 16-week course in Professional Technical Writing.
This online course was developed and taught at the University of Waterloo
since 1995. Course materials and assignments have been created from
contemporary theories of composition, document design, and business
communications, and from actual situations at companies such as CIBC and
AT&T. Participants are encouraged to customize assignments so that the
learning experience provides practical results for professional
applications.

Professional Technical Writing from on-line-learning.com teaches:
-- strategies for effective written communication
-- audience analysis
-- usability testing
-- SGML and XML
-- elements of document design

This course runs on flex time over 16 weeks, and the course CD allows for
efficient offline study. If you would like to write better technical
documents, create interactive projects using SGML, and network with other
professional technical communicators, visit www.on-line-learning.com and
register for our January 1999 session. Register as a group of 3 or more
participants from the same company and pay only $535 CDN ($500 + GST) for 16
weeks of quality instruction and professional networking.


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Michael Truscello The traditional classroom does
on-line-learning.com NOT suit everyone.
Phone: 519-574-0354
Fax: 519-578-0509
Email: mtruscel -at- golden -dot- net

Learn Professional Technical Writing online @ www.on-line-learning.com
Save $250 on tuition for January 1999!

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