Learn about the Society for Technical Communication

Learning should never end. It is important to make discovery a lifelong commitment to our lives. To further this philosophy, STC built its foundation on education, and it drives our mission. Join the STC South-Central Texas chapter and current STC president Craig Baehr to learn more about the Society for Technical Communication and see our … Continue reading Learn about the Society for Technical Communication

STC TechComm Roadshow and Kick-off

STC Alliance Competition (Atlanta, New England, New York, Rochester, South-Central Texas and Washington, DC-Baltimore) present the STC TechComm Roadshow and Kickoff November 11, 2020 from 5:00-7:00 pm. EDT. Top winners from recent STC TechComm Competition Time to regroup, recharge, and celebrate our winners of the 2019-2020 Competition Season! The STC Alliance Competition is back and … Continue reading STC TechComm Roadshow and Kick-off

Speaking of Teaching Styles, What can Hogwart’s Professors Show Technical Communicators about Instructional Design?

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?

Postponed – Connecting Students and Professional Technical Communicators

The event has been postponed, and will be rescheduled for a later date. Hosted by Austin Community College's nationally-renowned ACCelerator at the innovative Highland Learning Center, this free event is a collaboration among Business, Government, & Technical Communication at Austin Community College, the South-Central Texas chapter of the Society for Technical Communications, and Write the … Continue reading Postponed – Connecting Students and Professional Technical Communicators