STC’s Notebook | Official Voice of TechComm

As communicators, STC supports those who use their voices to communicate the negative impact of racism and inequity in the
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Call for Technical Communication Cover Illustrations!
STC is pleased to announce the call for cover illustrations for the February and May 2021 issues of Technical Communication. The
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Are We Recent and Relevant? An Interview with Lyn Gattis & Sean Herring
  Are We Recent and Relevant? Lyn Gattis and Sean Herring Sean Herring (pictured on the right) is the new
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Seeking Volunteers for the STC Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Advisory Panel
The STC Board of Directors is establishing a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Advisory Panel (DEIAP), to provide advice, insight, and
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Summit Track Spotlight: Training Development and Delivery
By Michael Opsteegh, Track Manager Whether or not you call yourself an instructional designer or educator, so much of technical
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Summit Track Spotlight: Tools and Technology
By Tim Esposito, Track Manager This year at Summit 2020, STC is arranging presentations into different tracks. One such track
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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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This blog is managed by the Communications Manager for STC. STC is constantly working to grow this blog into a valuable and entertaining publication for STC members and the technical communication field as a whole. Please email STC with any ideas, questions, or comments you might have.