Dallas, TX (PRWEB) August 28, 2006
MLink Technologies, along with Erin Meador and Pat Rogers of Nokia, recently received an International Award of Excellence from the Society for Technical Communication (STC). The award is part of STC's annual technical communication competitions program, which highlights the best examples of technical communication.
MLink and Nokia received one of nine awards at the International Competition in the “Tutorials/Training” category for the Nokia 6682 eLearning program. This year, STC presented a total of 139 awards in 30 categories. For a complete list of competition winners, please visit http://www.stc.org/comp/internationalCompetitions01_winners.asp.
To qualify for the International Competition, the eLearning program received a Distinguished Award from the local Lone Star Chapter. Within this local competition, MLink received all awards given within the “Tutorials/Training” category.
The Society for Technical Communication is a professional organization for technical writers, editors, illustrators, managers and educators. It is the largest professional organization in this field, with more than 14,000 members in 138 chapters worldwide. Information about STC and its programs can be found at the STC Web site: http://www.stc.org.
For additional information on creating custom eLearning courses for your company, contact Lynn Z. Womble, Ph.D., or visit http://www.mlinktech.com for an extensive portfolio.
Dallas-based MLink Technologies creates performance-based solutions, including eLearning, product simulations, system simulations, performance support systems, instructor-led training and job aids.
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