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Complete the Sign In fields to the right with your STC username and password to access the registration form. If you are not a member of STC click on the Create a New Account link to access the registration form. 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 15–18, 2020
Where: Bellevue, WA
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When: April 9, 2020
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If you are still within your first few years in TC, you have most likely focused on performing audience analysis, developing the right content in the correct writing style, mastering the many tools, and learning about your company's products. Initially, all that may seem overwhelming, and many novice TCs stop after learning these basics. But there is a large gulf between basic TC competency and advanced professionalism. Embrace the challenge and learn more advanced topics to help ... Details
When: March 26 – April 30, 2020
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Charged with developing a tutorial or similar instructional program? Or have you developed tutorials but are looking to do so more effectively? This 4-session, live virtual certification provides you with the skills needed to successfully produce effective learning programs, including following the ADDIE approach, writing instructional objectives, developing criterion-referenced quizzes and tests, describing the dominant Kirkpatrick model of evaluation, choosing an instructional ... Details
When: March 24 – April 14, 2020
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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: March 24 – May 5, 2020
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This webinar covers the keys to mastering the art of public speaking. Brenden will explain the most important components of any presentation -- such as silences, eye contact, and the removal of filler words -- through personal stories & real-life corporate situations.

Webinar take-aways:

  • Easy-to-implement practice strategies
  • Tools to shift your mindset
  • A roadmap towards mastery
  • Insight into an elite presenter's mindset and how... Details
    When: March 19, 2020
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As instructional designers and content writers, we often get the unique opportunity to get exposed to volumes of knowledge in raw format from the most diverse areas. This knowledge is passed to us by Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) that might not have the competence to describe it, format it, and transmit it in a way that others can understand and more importantly, apply it to solve problems and challenges in their lives. In that sense, we help bridge the gap in knowledge management:... Details
When: March 13, 2020
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There are two kinds of technical communicators: those who have written proposals and those who will. Most people's first experience with proposal development is harrowing, but it doesn't have to be. We dive deep into the fundamentals of responding to US Federal Requests for Proposal (RFPs), building on what you already know as a technical communicator.

The goal of the webinar: to walk into a proposal at any stage and know what to do. Join us as we explore the different... Details
When: March 4, 2020

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Instructional designers and content developers are often challenged with coming up with innovative learning solutions or revising dated instruction with a new approach. Unfortunately, we often discard the idea of using the comic medium in adult learning, seeing it as either an unacceptable medium or too costly both in time and budget.

These misconceptions can lead to bypassing an effective and proven medium for learning. Using comics for learning has a long history of... Details
When: February 19, 2020

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Behind every great technical writer is a great technical editor. Or at least there would be in an ideal world. And, even more importantly, there'd be a technical editor behind every non-writer who produces documentation. We are tech support for the writers-whoever they may be. And we are the users' final advocates before they encounter the documentation. But how do we decide what support to give? What do we base our decisions on? How do we convey it to the writers, and how do we... Details
When: February 18 – March 24, 2020