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SLOT-C Database, a free resource currently housing nearly 600 service-learning projects. If you have upper-division and graduate students who need communication projects with nonprofits, please visit the database: www.slotc.org
Please take a look at the video overview (1:27): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oEBmxdQuRA8
The Technical Editing SIG is offering two scholarships of $1400 each. The first scholarship assists students who are pursuing an undergraduate degree in technical communication (or a related area, such as professional writing or digital media) and the second assists students who are pursuing a graduate degree in technical communication (or a related area, such as professional writing or digital media).
TCQ authors recently received two prestigious article awards:
The Women in Professional and Technical Communication (WPTC) list is for teachers, learners, practitioners, and scholars to share their stories, ideas, pedagogies, rants, raves, and anything else related to PTC. The list is meant as a place to forge and maintain productive professional relationships with others.
Click here to join: http://bit.ly/yeROiV
The Communication Committee of the Association of Teachers of Technical Writing (ATTW) is sponsoring a contest to design a logo for use in many of its newly redesigned communication channels. This contest will provide an opportunity for students and faculty members to employ their visual communication skills. The winning designer will win $100. Up to two honorable mentions of $50 each may be awarded as well.
The ATTW Bulletin now has a new format! Articles, announcements, CFPs, news stories, and teaching resources will now all be published using a blog-styled format.