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Survey for New USF Tech. Comm. Program -- Would These Courses Create Highly Qualified Tech Writers?

by Tom Johnson on Aug 2, 2007 •
categories: technical-writing

If you've got a minute, please complete a quick survey about a new technical writing track that may possibly be implemented by USF (Univ. of South Florida). The survey's purpose: “We seek your advice on ways to provide the Tampa Bay area with more qualified, desired, and hirable technical communicators.”

Survey link: ttp://CTLSilhouette.wsu.edu/surveys/ZS67087

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