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    • Content Design and Development for Machine Delivery
      Is your content ready to be parsed by machines? Are YOU ready to design machine-readable content that can be delivered in the context of your users? Are you ready for Artificial Intelligence? In this month’s roundtable, we look at a few key topics to raise your (natural) intelligence level around designing content for emerging technologies.
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    • 2 months, 3 weeks ago

       cventura

    • Content Measurement + Intelligence
      Does the content we make, make a difference? We all face that question, in one form or another, sooner or later. The good news is we can answer that question faster, easier, and with more confidence now than ever before. The catch? Measuring content requires time and effort up front to set up a system—a system called content intelligence. This curated series will help you start and use such a system to measure your content’s impact to inform content decisions and to show its value.
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    • 1 month, 3 weeks ago

       cventura

    • Content Strategy & Experience
      We will look at what content strategy actually is, how content strategy applies in a range of content environments, why to consider incorporating content strategy into your technical communication work processes, and where you can use content strategy to bridge silos. As part of the discussion, we will also delve into content operations, the logical outcome of a content strategy, and how reframing the practice may affect adoption, especially in Agile environments.
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    • 5 months, 2 weeks ago

       webmaster@stc.org

    • Future of Techcomm
      The future of technical communication. It’s a big topic. One that conjures up images of crystal balls and gypsy fortune tellers. But the future isn’t written in a secret language that only clairvoyants can understand. Our future, the future of technical communication, is being written all around us, in a language we can understand: Our own. –Scott Abel
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    • 5 months, 2 weeks ago

       Ben Woelk

    • Leadership and Teams
      Across industries, the ways we work are changing. The digital transformation of workplaces, the rise of Generation Z, and an increasingly competitive marketplace with more complex products and services are combining to make collaboration and cross-functional teamwork both more necessary and prevalent. How are these trends impacting tech comm, which has always been, inherently, a highly collaborative enterprise? As individuals, how do we need to adapt to maximize our influence as work becomes more collaborative? During the month of June, we’ll look at different modes of working together from both an organizational and an individual perspective.
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    • 3 months, 2 weeks ago

       cventura

    • Professional Development
      In a hyper-competitive business world where companies are doing less with more, the importance of professional development is increasing exponentially. Being marketable for a new job, and yes, even the job you’re currently in, requires continual learning and up-to-date skills. And despite how things might have worked in the past, you are the one responsible for cultivating your strengths, filling your skills gaps, and building your competitive advantage. Ongoing professional development gets you there. This month, the STC Roundtable explores the benefits of professional development and specific methods for creating and executing a powerful career strategy.
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    • 4 months, 2 weeks ago

       Alisa Bonsignore

    • Round the World in Four Weeks: Translation, Localization and Globalization
      The localization industry grew out of the need to make technology products globally accessible. This month will be all about the implications of working with global audiences. My world, the professional translator’s world, is all about facilitating communication between people. Translation is not a commodity. In a global economy, the world becomes more integrated, but technology cannot successfully produce all of the communication humans need and want. Translators are a junction point. This month we will discuss from the basic – defining globalization vs. internationalization vs. localization – and the small – how to write for translation and localization – to the large – what machines are already doing for us and where we see the industry in 20 years.
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    • 5 hours, 13 minutes ago

       Karen Tkaczyk

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