STC’s Notebook | Official Voice of TechComm

Get Published Before You Graduate with the IDL SIG
The Instructional Design & Learning Special Interest Group (IDL SIG) is holding its annual Student Outreach Article Competition.
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Community Spotlight: STC CAC Committee Introduction and Mixer
STC's Community Affairs Committee is hosting a Committee Introduction and Mixer on 27 August, 2018 at 11:30 AM EDT.
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Experiencing STC’s Contagious Culture for the First Time
Culture Program Consultant Roxy Greninger reflect's on what makes STC's culture so rich after attending the 2018 Technical Communication Summit and STC Rochester's Spectrum conference for the first time.
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An Interview with Scott Abel on “The Language of Content Strategy”
Scott Abel, also known as The Content Wrangler, is an STC Associate Fellow and curator of the Content Wrangler Content Strategy Series for XML Press. Scott was kind enough to answer a series of questions from STC about The Language of Content Strategy, one of the entries in the series.
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Announcing the Winners of the Amazon Gift Card Giveaway
Recently, STC's membership department held a contest to give away a $25 Amazon gift card to two individuals who activated their 2018 membership as New Professional members of STC.
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Meet the August 2018 Technical Communication Cover Artists
The topic of rethinking ideas of audiences and users inspired Jaime Renman and Larissa Gaul, a collaborating pair of winning artists in Technical Communication’s August 2018 cover competition.
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STC’s Notebook | Official Voice of TechComm

The Society for Technical Communication advances the theory and practice of technical communication across all user abilities and all media. STC’s 6,000 members produce everything from traditional user manuals to the latest Web-based interactive tutorials, all with the goal of conveying complex information in a way people can receive, understand, and use.

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