|Region 3 Newsletter
Volume 15 Number 3
Public Information Committee Report
The guide for Public Information is complete. The guide has been posted on the Region 3
web site http://ewh.ieee.org/reg/3/publicinfo/.
The guide provides detail on how to document an IEEE story and release to the local media.
The guide also points to the various IEEE media outlets and how to utilize their services.
In addition to the guide, we will have a growing number of links on the Public Information
page that points to other sources of PI guides and examples.
The 2000 edition of the Region 3 Communications CD is now available. A number of CD's have been distributed at the 2000 Professional Development Conference as well as several e-conferencing presentations that Charles Lord has given. Additional copies will be available on demand. If there is an IEEE document, public domain document or shareware program that you feel should be included on the CD, please let me know.
We continue to participate with the IEEE-USA Communication Committee. This committee supports the printed and electronic information that is distributed to Regions 1 - 6. An example of R3 information that has been distributed soon through these channels is an article on the R3 Electronic Conferencing Project. This article was presented on the IEEE-USA web site and Perspectives.
All of the IEEE and IEEE-USA channels are constantly looking for good stories about electrical and electronic engineers. If you or your section has a story, please let me know and I will help you get it published.
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