From the Editor's Keyboard
Abstract:Each year, the fourth quarter of Technical Communication is a special issue devoted to a single topic and compiled by a guest editor or a team of guest editors. I believe this year's special issue is truly a "special" one. Kenneth Rainey from Southern College of Technology and Katherine Staples from Austin County Community College have pulled together this issue focusing on education. Not just a collection of articles, this special issue is structured as a six-part symposium, focusing not only on the needs and roles of educators, but also on the parts that practicing professionals, students, and professional societies must play if we are to have truly effective programs to educate those entering our profession.
Document Type: Editorial
Publication date: November 1, 1995
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