- About ATTW
If you would like to share an interview or a vlog entry in which a technical communicator describes his or her professional life, you may want to know:
These videos should have the technical communicators describe elements related to their jobs. Common topics include
ATTW is now hosting a repository of interviews and 'vlog' entries where technical communicators describe their professional life.
Each of these interviews have been posted with the permission of the technical communicator, with the understanding that the interviews will be used for educational purposes only. If you would like to use one of the interviews in a research project, please contact the technical communicator directly for permission.
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ATTW is an active organization of teachers, researchers, and teacher/practitioners of technical communication across a range of academic and professional institutions.
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Congratulations to award winners Stuart Selber and S. Scott Graham! Selber's article "A Rhetoric of Electronic Instruction Sets" was the winner of the 2010 Nell Ann Pickett Award for best TCQ article. The article appeared in TCQ 19(2), the spring 2010 issue of the journal.
The Association of Teachers of Technical Writing is the principal national organization of teachers of technical communication. We have unique responsibilities as academic professionals and general responsibilities as technical communication professionals.
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