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Technical communication is an exciting and challenging career that offers unlimited opportunity for professional development. But to succeed, it's not enough to learn a desktop publishing or Help authoring tool-you need to master the analysis process. This is a thinking person's dream career! TechComm Fundamentals Bootcamp is the fastest, most efficient way to jump-start your career in technical communication. It covers key theory that you can immediately apply to your work, as well... Details
When: June 15 – July 27, 2017
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Matt Sullivan has been guiding organizations large and small through the process of template-based workflows for over twenty years. He consistently provides a 30% or more reduction in time spent on documentation, while at the same time improving the consistency, branding, and organization of the content. This six-week course will teach you rock-solid techniques for creating and managing your content that are guaranteed to make you a more productive, more focused content creator.... Details
When: June 6 – July 25, 2017
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Presentation skills are important for success. But no one is born a great presenter; it is a combination of organization, preparation, practice, and knowledge. In this webinar, you will get a crash course on preparing your presentation, effective rehearsing, and tips for the day of the presentation that will boost your confidence, improve your presentation, and impress your audience.

When: May 24, 2017
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Full Summit registration includes general sessions, all education sessions Monday through Wednesday, all receptions and refreshment breaks, and entrance to the Exhibit Hall. The preconference sessions have an additional registration fee. Unless otherwise noted all preconference sessions are on Sunday. If you encounter any issues when registering, back-out of the registration page. For assistance contact STC's meeting manager, Elaine Gilliam, at summit@stc.org, or directly at... Details
When: May 7–10, 2017
Where: Washington, DC
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Every company has policies and procedures, and writing and updating these documents often involve many people in all levels of the business. Often administrative staff and technical communicators work together in creating and publishing these documents. In this webinar, learn about the unique challenges in developing policies and procedures and how to overcome them, regardless of the size of the project.

When: May 3, 2017
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The prevailing paradigm for the "levels of edit" includes three often-overlapping stages through which the consummate editor should proceed to achieve a nearly flawless, sturdy document: substantive editing, copyediting, and proofreading. This webinar proposes a new method of editing to ensure that a document's sentences are reader-ready. Attendees will be asked to contribute to the development of this new method by providing feedback. With enough interest, the presenter will create... Details
When: April 19, 2017
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THIS WEBINAR HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR WEDNESDAY, 12 APRIL AT 2-3 PM EDT. The Smart Assÿ Fan is the latest ceiling fan from Big Ass Fans®. Smart products are everywhere now, and they're connected. Imagine a family of smart products and how much content could be/should be shared. These products can include mechanical, electrical and software parts AND content. How will you deal with this explosive content requirement? This presentation takes a tour of the problem and explains what... Details
When: April 12, 2017
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A member of STC only since 2016, Rob Harrison spent nearly two decades as a chemical engineer at some of the world's largest engineering-consulting firms. His love of writing led him to transition into a full-time technical writer, specialized in science and engineering. In this webinar, Rob presents methods for making engineering reports less onerous to outside readers, while still maintaining the level of technical detail demanded by engineers. Rob also provides hints on how to... Details
When: April 5, 2017
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There are two kinds of technical communicators: those who have written proposals and those who will. First experiences with proposal writing can be harrowing. We dive deep into the fundamentals of responding to Requests for Proposal (RFPs), building on what you already know as a technical communicator. The goal of the class: to walk into a proposal at any stage and know what to do.

When: March 29 – May 3, 2017
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Video doesn't just have to be used by marketing or your training department. With more ways to capture and create video, the number overall uses of video are expanding for technical communications. In this webinar we're going to introduce a number of ways you can use video to enhance your technical communications and improve processes. Even if video is listed on your resume of skills, learn how you can expand your abilities, and integrate video into your work through multiple... Details
When: March 29, 2017