Please join us Tuesday, November 4th for a sneak preview of the new Digital Arts Communication (DAC) program at the University of Waterloo.
Professor David Goodwin and colleagues will showcase the new Digital Arts Communication classroom and the newly-founded Canadian Centre for Arts and Technology (CCAT). See for yourself how the STC-funded equipment is helping students and professors engage in enhanced levels of learning and teaching.
Demonstrations will illustrate how the DAC program and the students/professors and STC equipment fit into the larger research mandate of CCAT, including how multi-point videoconferencing, data logging, multimedia editing, storage, streaming, and real-time observation allow us to connect with the people for whom we want to design.
Modern Languages Building, Room 117 at the University of Waterloo
$3 coin entry parking is available in Lot C (across University Ave) or Lot H (inside ring road)
You can win your 2004 STC membership fee. We will be giving away one regular membership ($140 US dollars) and one student membership ($50 US dollars). Round up your friends and colleagues who are interested in the technical communication field. Attend this meeting and be rewarded with everything the STC has to offer.
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Contents | President's Message | October History | New Perspective