Conference proposals 2016

Please use this form to submit a proposal for the 2016 conference, Citizenship and Advocacy in Technical Communication. No ATTW account needed! Just fill out this form and submit it. 

Submissions closed Monday, October 19.

If you have more than four presenters, please enter the additional names, institutions, and emails in the "Comments" field at the bottom of this form.

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Women in Technical Communication Luncheon

This form is for 2014.  Register for ATTW 2016, including the Women in TC Luncheon, on EventBrite!

ATTW is excited to offer a space for women in the field to discuss issues that affect them professionally.

This year, the women in tech com luncheon will focus on professional mentoring and will offer the opportunity to help shape a mentoring program for women in technical communication as well as to participate in the mentoring program. 

Where: Indiana Ballroom E
When: 12:15pm

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Featured Member: Bill Hart-Davidson

Bill Hart-Davidson is an Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures and Co-Director of WIDE Research at Michigan State University. He has been a member of ATTW since 1998. He is currently serving his second year as President of ATTW. Prior to being elected to this position, he served two terms as an At Large Executive Committee Member and served as Program Chair of the 2009 ATTW Conference in San Francisco.

Conference presentation PowerPoints

ATTW presenters (both paper and poster):

We want your PowerPoints and PDFs!

If you're ok with us posting your PPTs (through SlideShare) and Poster PDFs as part of a conference archive, please upload them via this form. 

Help us to build a history of this great conference and share your work with those who couldn't attend.

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