The ATTW website is currently being transferred to a new platform. We’ve tried to include all important information for this year’s conference below as we migrate the website. We’ll also be using the ATTW Blog during this time as well. 

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Celebrating 45 years of ATTW in Kansas City, KS
Precarity and Possibility: Engaging Technical Communication’s Politics

Natasha Jones & Blake Scott, University of Central Florida, Program Co-Chairs

ATTW Conference Schedule & Program (updated 3/2/2018)

Register for ATTW 2018 Two-Day Conference

Join/Renew ATTW Membership

ATTW is an active organization of teachers, researchers, and teacher-practitioners of technical communication across a range of academic and professional institutions. Members of ATTW work in graduate and undergraduate programs in technical communication, media, engineering, rhetoric, writing studies, and English, among other complementary research programs.

ATTW produces Technical Communication Quarterly, a leading academic journal, which publishes research in varied areas including communication design, pedagogical approaches, the role of digital technologies, ethics, the rhetoric of workplaces or professions, and research methods. Other ATTW publications include books, bibliographies, and the ATTW Bulletin. ATTW also provides a mailing list and social media tools to encourage connection, conversation, and collaboration among members.
The annual ATTW conference precedes the Conference on College Composition and Communication, offering a two full days of presentations, posters, workshops, and the Women in Technical Communication luncheon. Research methods workshops will be held on the Tuesday of the conference.
Join ATTW today! Please contact us if you have any questions.