[ann][webinar] How practitioners can get published and ignite change with Pam Estes Brewer #Room42 Nov 11th @ 15:30 UTC #room42

Liz Fraley

Title: How practitioners can get published and ignite change

When: Wednesday, Nov 11th @ 15:30 UTC
(8:30 LAX | 11:30 NYC | 16:30 LON | 20:00 BLR)

Register: http://bit.ly/room42-brewer


Pam Estes Brewer will be In The Room!

Room 42 is where practitioners and academics meet to share knowledge about breaking research in an approachable, accessible way.

In our next session, Pam Estes Brewer, Mercer University, will be in the room.

Her research focuses on topics related to communication in virtual teams, online teaching, usability, and research methods. She teaches general technical communication courses as well as advanced and graduate courses in usability research, research methods, and international tech comm. She’ll be discussing how industry practitioners, who are working out on the front lines, can conduct reliable and valid research that can be published and instigate change in the workplace.

We're looking forward to exploring how industry experience can lead to publishable research in the next Room 42.

Pam Estes Brewer, Ph.D., Professor at Mercer University, is a technical communicator, educator, and management consultant. She teaches in Mercer University’s School of Engineering and directs the online MS in Technical Communication Management, the Mercer User Experience Lab and its work with such organizations as the Department of Homeland Security. She serves as an Associate Editor for IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication and as a board member for the Wesley Foundation of Macon.


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