Just added: 18 more new recordings are now available for purchase, for a total of more than 110!

STC's Recorded Web Seminars are recordings of popular live Web seminars. They are available for download for $19 for all STC members and $59 for nonmembers. Included below are description, presenter, and original presentation date.

Once your payment is processed, go to the Member Home page on STC.org. From there, click on My Account History, and you will be able to access the link to the recording under the My Downloadables header. You will be able to access that link later, but we recommend bookmarking it or saving it somewhere also.

The listing below is in reverse chronological order, by presentation date, so the newest recordings are at the top. Email Elaine Gilliam for special rates for bulk purchases (multiple webinars or multiple viewers).

Note: All information provided in the course descriptions is accurate as of the date of the original webinar.

Introduction to the Mobile Ecology

Neil Perlin, originally presented 24 January 2012

Like any new technology, mobile has its share of confusing new jargon and concepts. Getting them wrong may be harmless … or it might lead to buying the wrong tool, hiring the wrong person, or going off in the wrong strategic direction.


Getting Yourself Into Print

Ruth E. Thaler-Carter, originally presented 18 January 2012

The world of self- and electronic publishing is expanding constantly, offering technical communicators an exciting opportunity to put their own words and experiences—or the publishing projects of their employers and clients—into print. Whether you have a novel, poem, or manual in your soul, today you can get it into print and in the hands of readers. Tech writers and editors who want to move into publishing their own or their employers’ work will find out why and how to publish their own technical or non-technical work, identify markets for their own writing work, and figure out the technology behind electronic and self-publishing.


The Art of the Demo

Robert Rhyne Armstrong, originally presented 17 January 2012

Did you know that the success of your demonstration can be determined in the first minute? This webinar walks you through how to prepare software, your system, and yourself to give the best possible demonstration for your audience. Tell the story the right way!


Mental Model Diagrams: Supportive Content for Specific Folks

Indi Young, originally presented 12 January 2012

Wish you had more time to deeply understand customer reasoning? Mental model diagrams provide a clear roadmap of where to invest your energies and where you shouldn't. Derive information architecture, head off arguments, and get everyone on the same page. Stretch your limited resources by building the diagram over time, depending on core behaviors that will last decades.