You know STC South Central Texas offers benefits to members of our chapter. But did you know about all of them, and how they work? Join us on February 8 and learn more about the various benefits you could enjoy as a member of our chapter. FREE admission for all! Plus, learn more about our … Continue reading Feb 8 Program Meeting – Chapter Benefits and MiniConference
For the October Program meeting, STC SoCenTx brings David Dylan Thomas, author of Design for Cognitive Bias and creator and host of The Cognitive Bias Podcast as he shows us how to identify biases and use content strategy and design to reduce the impact of those biases. Users' minds take shortcuts to get through the … Continue reading Design for Cognitive Bias: Using Mental Shortcuts for Good Instead of Evil
Join us for this FREE event and hear from three students who will share their STC volunteer and tech comm internship journeys. September 21 Chapter Meeting: Student Experiences Panel STC student members have a wealth of experiences to share. Join us for this FREE event and hear from three students who will share their volunteer … Continue reading STC Student Volunteers Journey
Have you ever applied for a job via a company’s website but never received an interview? Chances are you made one (or several) mistakes that kicked you out of the running. An applicant tracking system is a job application platform that uses artificial intelligence to rank how well it “thinks” you match the job for … Continue reading Get that Interview! How to Beat the Dreaded Applicant Tracking System
If you are like me, you know that writing is challenging. It is akin to opening a vein, releasing a part of your mind before the world, exposing your heart while ensuring the document is formatted correctly. If all of that sounds overwhelming, you will appreciate this educational opportunity to get your prose on its … Continue reading Learn How to Write Your Best with STC
Join us as we share tips for maintaining a more constant, professional presence while taking less time doing it! Through a combination of freely available tools we all have on our desktops, you can automate repetitive tasks, creating entire campaigns in minutes.
Teaching styles can shape the way we all learn. Even Harry Potter can attest to that. At Hogwarts, the school where Harry Potter and his friends study magic, we witness several instruction examples in action. Each of these instructors has important lessons to share with us regarding effective instructional design and training delivery. In this … Continue reading Speaking of Teaching Styles, What can Hogwart’s Professors Show Technical Communicators about Instructional Design?
Presented by Jamye Sagan At Hogwarts, the school where Harry Potter and his friends study magic, we witness several examples of instruction in action. Each of these instructors has important lessons to share with us regarding effective instructional design and training delivery. In this presentation, we will profile several Hogwarts instructors, and analyze the effectiveness … Continue reading Oct 13 Program Meeting – What Harry Potter Professors Teach Us About Instructional Design
Daniel Foster will be presenting Simplified User Interface as a visual treatment that is user-friendly, convenient, supportive of organization, and backed by research.
With Guest Speaker Jack Molisani TechComm has always been a field in which we plan for output channels that don’t even exist yet, but it seems like authoring tools and technology are evolving faster the than technology we document. In this session, I’m not going to talk about the latest tools you need to learn … Continue reading Feb 27 Program Meeting – Negotiation Skills: The Missing Ingredient in Content Career Success