2018 Conference Celebrating 45 Years of ATTW
Hope to see you on March 13-14 in Kansas City, Kansas.
Jones, Moore, Walton win 2017 Pickett Award
Natasha Jones, Kristin Moore, and Rebecca Walton, were awarded the Nell Ann Pickett Award for “Disrupting the Past to Disrupt the Future: An Antenarrative of Technical Communication” from TCQ 25.4.
Technical Communication Quarterly
25.3 Special Issue: Games in Technical Communication
Williams elevated to ATTW Fellow
Congratulations to Miriam F. Williams, Professor of English at Texas State University, on her elevation to ATTW Fellow.
ATTW Book Series
Available now from Routledge. Tharon Howard, series editor

Association of Teachers of Technical Writing

Please join us in Kansas City, Kansas for the ATTW 2018 conference where we will be celebrating 45 Years! See the 2018 Call for Proposals as well as a statement from the Conference Program Co-chairs, Natasha Jones and Blake Scott.

ATTW 2018 Graduate Research Awards (due January 20, 2018)

ATTW 2018 Research Methods Worshops Call for Applications (due January 30, 2018)

ATTW 2018 Amplification Awards (due January 30, 2018)

The deadline for submissions has passed. Check back in late January for registration and lodging information.

ATTW is an active organization of teachers, researchers, and teacher-practitioners of technical communication across a range of academic and professional institutions. Members of ATTW work in graduate and undergraduate programs in technical communication, media, engineering, rhetoric, writing studies, and English, among other complementary research programs. 

ATTW produces Technical Communication Quarterly, a leading academic journal, which publishes research in varied areas including communication design, pedagogical approaches, the role of digital technologies, ethics, the rhetoric of workplaces or professions, and research methods. Other ATTW publications include books, bibliographies, and the ATTW Bulletin. ATTW also provides a mailing list and social media tools to encourage connection, conversation, and collaboration among members.
The annual ATTW conference precedes the Conference on College Composition and Communication, offering a full day of presentations, posters, workshops, and the Women in Technical Communication luncheon. Research methods workshops are held the day before the conference.
Join ATTW today! Please contact us if you have any questions.



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