Thanks to all attendees and planners, the STC Houston MiniConference on February 16 was a great success! We had 19 attendees, and combined with the presenters and organizers a nice crowd of 27 interested tech comm students and professionals. Not bad for a first time 1 day mini conference! Sadly, Cindy Pao was not able … Continue reading STC Houston Spring 2019 MiniConference Review
STC Houston will hold a MiniConference at the Blinn College Student Center in Brenham on February 16 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. The conference covers a variety of topics: Editing: Foundation for a Quality Product by Linda Oestreich Your Organization’s Content: A Workshop About Sharing Content Across Silos, Content Strategy, and Content Engineering by … Continue reading February 16: STC Houston MiniConference
The next STC-Houston scheduled event is happening on the University of Houston Downtown campus on April 28, Room N602, between 12:00 and 2:00 pm. This will be an exciting event and the current schedule includes a lineup of a number of STC-Houston's members. Noel Atzmiller will be discussing writing for the Oil and Gas industry. … Continue reading April 28: UHD STC Event
APIs and SDKs: Breaking Into and Succeeding in a Specialty Market with Ed Marshall https://www.eventbrite.com/e/apis-and-sdks-breaking-into-and-succeeding-in-a-specialty-market-with-ed-marshall-tickets-18463731518 The North Texas Lone Star STC Chapter is sponsoring an API Documentation Workshop in the Dallas área on Saturday, October 24, 2015 from 9:00 to 5:00 pm. The presenter is Ed Marshall., long time STC member and a specialist in … Continue reading Workshop – APIs and SDKs: Breaking Into and Succeeding in a Specialty Market with Ed Marshall
UPDATE: Jack generously offered to share his slides from the workshop with us.The 10 Most Common Mistakes Tech Writers Make When Looking for WorkExpanding Your Sphere of Influence (And Your Income)Job Hunting Secrets That Might Surprise YouPortfolios and Interview StrategiesTo listen to the recording of the workshop, click here.Thanks, Jack!-----Good News! We have made our … Continue reading UPDATED: Be The Captain of Your Career VIRTUAL Workshop!
Wonder what you can do to spice up your job and your career? How can you creatively figure out what you really want and where your passion lies? Are you in love with technical communication but get frustrated by your abilities to make the most of your career? Come to this interactive workshop and discussion … Continue reading Creativity and Career: A Sweet Combo!
by Cindy PaoSTC Houston is hosting its first networking meeting on Tuesday, October 14, 2014.Brush up on your favorite tech comm reference book and get to know your NBA mascots. We’ll test your knowledge at the first ever Connect and Learn with STC Houston!Bring your business cards or resume and your job leads.Meeting Specifics:Tuesday, October … Continue reading Connect and Learn at our October Networking Meeting
By Cindy Pao, President, STC HoustonThe chapter had two program activities in April, so I’m going to share my thoughts about them here.April 12 WorkshopJoe Welinske presented two, 90 minute topics during the Saturday workshop:Multi-screen Content AuthoringIntroduction to Mobile User AssistanceIn the first session, Efficient and Graceful Multi-Channel Content Authoring and Publishing, Joe talked about … Continue reading April Program Events Reviews
Join us for a very special program meeting in April! Speakers Natalia Matveeva and Michelle Moosally will tell us more about the Center for Plain English Research and Study (CPERS) at UHD. This workshop will introduce STC members to current plain language (PL) regulations and their implications for workplace communication. We will also share some … Continue reading April Program Meeting: Plain English Rules Workshop
Join us for a joint event with the Houston Usability Professional Association (UXPA) group. During this workshop, Joe Welinske will introduce the concept of responsive design, multiscreen authoring, and user assistance for technical communicators. It will include demonstrations of how to craft your content to support varying screen dimensions and user interaction types like touch … Continue reading April Workshop: Multi-Screen Authoring and User Assistance