ShortCourse Handout Exchange Event

Please consider signing up for one of TTU's IT ShortCourses and sharing your notes and experiences during our April meeting. IT ShortCourses are free classes that last around 2 hours and offer instruction on computer skills ranging from beginner to intermediate. Sign up for a class at this link: http://bit.ly/2mdh4Ga. Then, tell us which one you're going … Continue reading ShortCourse Handout Exchange Event

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The 16th Annual Poster Competition

Don't miss the deadline! Submission link is open and submission deadline  is February 22nd, 2017 The 16th Annual Poster Competition will take place on March 23rd (distance students) and 24th at the Texas Tech Museum Sculpture Court. Student poster presentations are evaluated by faculty and community judges. Eligibility Current Texas Tech graduate students (including students in distance … Continue reading The 16th Annual Poster Competition

CFP: Student Progression at the STC Summit

We recently received an email detailing this CfP. It seems like a great opportunity for technical communication students: The 2014 Summit Program Committee has opened a Call for Proposals for a student-only progression that will feature research and give the reasons behind (or challenge) our conventional wisdom.  For example,     Do we need to concern ourselves with serif versus sans … Continue reading CFP: Student Progression at the STC Summit

Communication Design Quarterly (CDQ)–April 2013 Issue Available

ACM SIGDOC is proud to announce that the Communication Design Quarterly (CDQ) is now available on their website: http://sigdoc.acm.org/april-cdq-released/CDQ publishes four issues per year.  It seeks to be the premier informational source for industry, management, and academia in the multidisciplinary field of the design and communication of information.Issues contain a mix of peer-reviewed articles, columns, experience reports, … Continue reading Communication Design Quarterly (CDQ)–April 2013 Issue Available

Academic/Industry Research Needs (Survey Request)

The Center for Information-Development Management (CIDM), directed by JoAnn Hackos, has just launched an exciting Academic/Industry Research Initiative. The goals of this initiative include the following: identifying and prioritizing research needs of the information development community funding research projects that address those needs connecting academic researchers with organizations interested in sponsoring research projects The CIDM has … Continue reading Academic/Industry Research Needs (Survey Request)