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I would like to attend a technical writing seminar, and I want to solicit
Aside from going to a favorable location and enjoying the weekend, I really
want to learn. I write and manage employee policy and procedure, and I am
converting binder based documentation to WinHelp files.
The seminars that I am considering are:
o 43rd Technical Writer's Institute. Rensselaer.
o Structuring Information to Go Online and On Paper.
o Managing Technical Publications. University of Wisconsin.
o Any of the technical writing seminars by Solutions.
o One-Stop Documentation. Dr. Conrad Gottfredson, SkillTech.
o How to Manage Documentation & Instructional Design Projects.
Dr. JoAnn Hackos, SkillTech.
o Constructing On-Line Documentation.
Dr. Conrad Gottfredson, SkillTech.
o Mastering the Manual. Jay Lutz,
Manuals Corporation of America.
Have any of you been to these seminars? If so, what seminars do you
recommend? Are there specific seminar leaders that I should look for? Are
there any other seminars that I have not listed that you recommend?
Thank you in advance for your help.
keithb -at- cfer -dot- com