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A forum where Community leaders will have access to important STC communications
Created on: Monday, 28 March 2011
21 Members 1 Discussion 0 Wall Posts
SME Communication Strategies

SME Communication Strategies

This is an area where members can discuss challenges presented by the various SME personalities. Other members of the groiup are welcome to offer advice on the best way to approach the SME of interest. This is not a place to bash SMEs.
Created on: Friday, 20 May 2011
21 Members 1 Discussion 0 Wall Posts
Central New York

Central New York

This group is not in use. For information about contacts in the CNY Chapter, email the president, ann@annlwiley.com.
Created on: Friday, 21 January 2011
20 Members 0 Discussions 0 Wall Posts
Northern Illinois U. (ST)

Northern Illinois U. (ST)

STC-NIU is committed to providing students, faculty members, and technical communication professionals a forum to discuss TC tools, theory and career opportunities.
Created on: Monday, 24 January 2011
20 Members 0 Discussions 0 Wall Posts
Birmingham

Birmingham

Discussion Group for the Birmingham Chapter
Created on: Friday, 21 January 2011
19 Members 1 Discussion 0 Wall Posts
Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara

Founded in 1988, our chapter's won STC's "Chapter Achievement Award" three times and the "Pacesetter Award" in 1997. Our newsletter also won awards in STC's Chapter Newsletter Competition three times, including a "Best of Show" award. But times have changed, and the chapter is in need of some revitalization. Come help us make this chapter as vibrant as it once was... and even more so!
Created on: Monday, 24 January 2011
19 Members 0 Discussions 0 Wall Posts
Texas Tech Comm

Texas Tech Comm

Live in Texas? Born in Texas? Fan of Texas? Come and chat!!
Created on: Wednesday, 01 June 2011
19 Members 1 Discussion 8 Wall Posts
Leadership Day CAC Q&A

Leadership Day CAC Q&A

During Leadership Day at the STC 2011 Summit, the Community Affairs Committee held a panel discussion to address commonly asked questions from STC Communities. Whether or not you had a chance to participate in Leadership Day, we'd like to invite you to continue that discussion here. Bring your questions, bring your answers, and help make STC communities the best they can be.
Created on: Sunday, 15 May 2011
18 Members 2 Discussions 0 Wall Posts
Four Lakes

Four Lakes

Four Lakes Chapter of the STC connects technical communicators to their local community of technical communication professionals. This Chapter has been providing technical communicators living or working in the Dane County area with valuable networking opportunities and educational resources since 1991.
Created on: Friday, 21 January 2011
17 Members 0 Discussions 0 Wall Posts
James River

James River

The James River Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication was established on December 4, 1984. It's been active for 26 years! Members have access to employment information, educational and career advancement opportunities, local educational institutions, as well as our local conference, networking meetings and programs.
Created on: Friday, 21 January 2011
17 Members 0 Discussions 1 Wall Post
Distinguished Senior Member Category

Distinguished Senior Member Category

An open discussion on the possibility of creating a new membership category in STC. Many senior members in STC have volunteered a significant amount of work for the Society, have been members for over ten years but are not associate fellows, because of the 3% allowance. These loyal volunteers never get formally recognized at the Society level. This group discusses the possibility of a new membership class “between” senior member and associate fellow to narrow the recognition gap.
Created on: Monday, 23 May 2011
17 Members 1 Discussion 0 Wall Posts
Huntsville/North Alabama

Huntsville/North Alabama

The Huntsville/North Alabama (H/NA) chapter of the Society for Technical Communication (STC) has been a leading professional resource for area technical communicators since 1959. We are also a member of the Huntsville Area Technical and Professional Societies (HATS), a local service organization for technical businesses, organizations, and professionals.
Created on: Friday, 21 January 2011
16 Members 0 Discussions 0 Wall Posts
Improving Teamwork Using the Myers-Briggs Personality Types

Improving Teamwork Using the Myers-Briggs Personality Types

This group is a place to share resources and ask questions related to the June 15, 2011 webinar: Personality differences can lead to misunderstanding, which can lead to conflict. For instance, Thinking types prefer directness, while Feeling types prefer tact. This presentation will explore how an understanding of personality types can help workplace teams turn differences from liabilities into assets.
Created on: Wednesday, 15 June 2011
16 Members 0 Discussions 3 Wall Posts
Lone Star

Lone Star

The Society for Technical Communication (STC) is the world's largest professional organization for people involved in technical communication. The Lone Star Community (LSC) is one of the largest communities in the U.S., drawing members from all over the Dallas- Fort Worth Metroplex area.
Created on: Tuesday, 14 December 2010
15 Members 0 Discussions 1 Wall Post
South Carolina Midlands

South Carolina Midlands

A discussion group for the South Carolina Midlands chapter of STC
Created on: Monday, 24 January 2011
15 Members 0 Discussions 1 Wall Post
MySTC Volunteer Task Force

MySTC Volunteer Task Force

Working group for volunteers involved with testing improvements to MySTC.
Created on: Thursday, 07 June 2012
15 Members 12 Discussions 1 Wall Post
Treasurers Discussion Group

Treasurers Discussion Group

This group provides a forum for the treasurers of STC communities to discuss financial issues, best practices, and questions relating to the administration STC communities
Created on: Friday, 14 October 2011
15 Members 2 Discussions 3 Wall Posts
TransAlpine

TransAlpine

STC TransAlpine serves technical communication professionals in several different European countries including Austria, Germany, Italy, Slovenia and Switzerland. Members develop information products in a variety of European languages, including English. Our Local Interest Groups serve members in particular regions with short informal meetings and provide useful networking opportunities on a local level.
Created on: Monday, 24 January 2011
14 Members 0 Discussions 1 Wall Post
Connecticut

Connecticut

A Discussion Group for the Connecticut chapter of STC.
Created on: Friday, 21 January 2011
13 Members 0 Discussions 1 Wall Post
Inland Northwest

Inland Northwest

The Discussion Site for the Inland Northwest chapter of STC
Created on: Friday, 21 January 2011
13 Members 0 Discussions 1 Wall Post