STC’s Notebook | Official Voice of TechComm

STC Scholarship Fund Application Window Open
We are excited to announce the STC Scholarship Committee is breathing new life into the scholarship fund and plans to award a scholarship in 2020.
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STC Roundtable Panel Discussion: To Content Measurement, Intelligence, and Beyond
If you have experienced highs and lows in measuring content, you’re not alone. This panel discussion will reveal the challenges, opportunities, and successes different content leaders have experienced as they take measuring content from a nice idea to reality.
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Save the Date! STC’s 2020 Membership Season Opens 1 September
Mark your calendars! STC's 2020 membership season opens on 1 September. It's time to start planning which category is right for you.
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It’s Time to Subscribe to August’s STC Roundtable: Content Measurement and Intelligence
It's Time to Subscribe to August's STC Roundtable: Content Measurement and Intelligence
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The 2020 Summit Call for Proposals Is Now Open!
The 2020 Technical Communication Summit & Expo will be held 15-18 May in Bellevue, Washington, at the Hyatt Regency Bellevue, and we're inviting you to contribute your ideas, studies, experience, and expertise.
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Meet the August 2019 Technical Communication Cover Artists
The topic of Transmedia, Participatory Culture, and Digital Creation for the August 2019 special issue of Technical Communication made for a challenging cover competition. From the array of impressive and intriguing illustrations submitted, the judges picked two for recognition.
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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.