STC’s Notebook | Official Voice of TechComm

Get a Preview of Summit Opening Keynote Carla Johnson’s “Perpetual Innovation”
By now, you've probably heard of STC's 2018 Opening Keynote speaker, Carla Johnson, but have you heard FROM Carla?
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Weekly Education Roundup: Using Web Analytics to Improve Content Effectiveness
Spring has sprung with brand new STC education! Make the most of your membership by beefing up your education report card.
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STC Student Members Sought for Volunteer Opportunity at the STC Summit
STC needs student volunteers for the Summit. Get involved and attend the Summit for free!
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Captivating 2018 STC Summit Preconference Workshops
Want to get your Summit experience started early? STC's preconference workshops are here for you.
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Weekly Education Roundup: Nine Writers, Nine Agile Teams, One Voice
Three education sessions covering Agile, Proposal Writing, Science writing with best management practices, specialized workflows and departmental procedures. Spring has sprung with brand new STC education! Make the most of your membership by beefing up your education report card.
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SCAM ALERT: Summit Attendee List Sellers
It has come to our attention that there have been emails regarding purchasing an attendee list for this year’s Summit in Orlando—this is a SCAM and is in no way affiliated with STC or the Summit.
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STC’s Notebook | Official Voice of TechComm

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