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Subject:Subject From:Lisa Miller <lisamil -at- ZEUS -dot- ANET-STL -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 4 Apr 1997 10:33:14 -0600
Someone on the list just informed me I didn't tell you what I was
studying - a very important point - Technical Communications. UW seems to
have the broadest curriculum with a good representation of the courses I
think will be important such as Usability Testing, Visual Media, User
Interface Design, etc.