2011 STC Technical Communication Summit

May
01

Editing: Reviewing Levels and Choosing Types

Review the “Classic Nine” types and five levels of edit from the past and compare them to newer editing types in the current literature. Show how to apply levels of edits to today’s work world, tools, and conditions.

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May
01

Lightning Talks

Don’t Suck at Social Media, Robert Armstrong The Software Craftsmanship Movement and What Technical Communicators Can Learn from It, Nicky BleielDon’t sell yourself short!, Liz Fraley Myths, Fallacies, and Lies in Technical Communication, Alan HouserLighting, Vocabulary, and Audience Analysis: Success Without Winning, Brenda Huettner Going Mobile? A 5 Minute Management Overview, Neil Perlin A Technical […]

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May
01

Expanded Roles and Added Value for Technical Communicators

Listen and interact with panelists to discover ways to apply your tech comm skillset to jobs that might surprise you. Learn how to bring added value to what you already know.

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May
01

Growing a Technical Com Business

Many technical communicators operate as freelancers or independent consultants. But what does it take to grow a technical communication business, with a staff, management structure, and resources to serve many concurrent customers and take on large-scale projects? Each member of this panel has taken a company to the next level. Come to hear how you […]

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May
01

From Cancer to Bankruptcy

Performing in-home ethnographic interviews is especially personal for User Experience Designers. But when the research is based on a person’s personal health or finances, it gets taken to a whole new level.

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