Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are composed of STC members with common experiences and interests who share their knowledge with each other and with other STC members.
The Academic Community supports the professional responsibilities of STC members worldwide who work as educators and researchers in colleges and universities.
The AccessAbility SIG serves as a focal point both to help members with special needs achieve their potential and to help ensure the accessibility of technical communication products to end users with special needs.
The Canadian Issues SIG gives Canadian members a place to exchange professional development information and discuss political, socioeconomic, and geographical issues within STC.
The Consulting & Independent Contracting SIG serves is a nexus for STC information about practicing TC as an independent consultant.
Established in 2009, the Content Strategy SIG is home to STC members practicing as content strategists or wanting to learn more about this emerging field.
The Emerging Technologies SIG monitors the ever-expanding uses of technology in technical communication.
The Environmental, Safety, and Health Communication SIG allows technical communicators to stay current on developments in this growing area of the profession.
Welcome! Bienvenue ! Willkommen! Welkom! Benvenuto! The challenges faced by technical communicators in Europe are often greater than those felt by their colleagues in other regions.
The Illustrators & Visual Designers SIG assists technical communicators involved in the production of illustrations, video, multimedia, and other visual forms of technical communication.
The Information Design and Architecture SIG provides members the opportunity to develop knowledge and learn collaboratively about optimal ways to present and structure information in print and online.
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