March/April 2022 Society Pages

Looking Forward to Summit 2022!

Conference highlights and guidelines for STC’s premier event

The Society for Technical Communication’s (STC) largest event of the year is just over the horizon. With over 40 exhibitors, here are a few highlights attendees can expect to see!

Sessions Quick Peek
The 5 Business Problems that Content Helps Solve

Presenter: Sharon Burton
11:00 am, 16 May 2022

Participants will leave with solid ideas for demonstrating the business value of content and content strategy.

Would Your Technical Content Pass the Turing Test?

Presenters: Ivana Isadora Devcic and Swapnil Ogale
9:45 am, 17 May 2022

It is no secret AI and voice are massively shaping how consumers perceive products and experiences. How about technical content? Or more specifically, technical writers? How does automation affect technical writers?

Investing in Inclusion: A Dual Imperative for Content Creators

Presenter: Toni Mantych
8:30 am, 18 May 2022

In recent years, both businesses and individuals have put diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) under an increasingly intense spotlight. See why investing in creating inclusive content is increasingly critical, and how to increase the inclusivity of our content.

COVID-19 Summit Guidelines

STC requires all attendees, speakers, exhibitors, and staff to:

  • Provide proof of vaccination. A negative COVID test will not be accepted in lieu of proof of vaccination.
  • Wear a face mask that completely covers the mouth and nose at all times in public spaces, except when actively eating or drinking.
  • Wear the Summit badge throughout the event.

Participants must bring proof of full COVID-19 vaccination (physical card or photo of card) as well as a photo ID (driver’s license or passport) when traveling to Summit. For this event, “full COVID-19 vaccination” is defined as one shot of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine or two shots of the Moderna, Pfizer, or Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccines, preferably with a booster, if applicable. Proof of vaccination is required for entry to all restaurants and bars in Chicago and suburban Cook County, including the hotel restaurants, per current Chicago/Cook County Health Order.


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