Communication is significant in all disciplines. If you are like me, then you enjoy collaborating with others to find solutions to problems, learn new skills, expand your professional networks, or getting to know others in positive ways. STC's conference is the ideal vehicle for professional growth. It will be in mid-April. So, this is a … Continue reading It’s Conference Time for STC!
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
When you may be exhausted with 2020, STC still has reasons to celebrate. Despite the trying days since March, we at STC want to celebrate the holidays with you as we enjoy the final event before we bid 2020 goodbye forever. You are invited to join us as we come together virtually to have some … Continue reading Celebrate the holidays with STC
The STC Washington, D.C.-Baltimore (WDCB) Chapter is sponsoring 10 STC student memberships for the 2021 membership year (January 1st, 2021 to December 31st, 2021) through a random drawing of applicants that respond to their form. The STC student membership is valued at $75 USD, and applicants must submit their completed responses by Sunday, December 6, … Continue reading STC Invites Students to Seek Membership
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?
STC announces online event "Value of Visual Content and a Simplified User Interface" presented by Daniel Foster. Foster, Strategy Manager of TechSmith, introduces Simplified User Interface as user- and writer- friendly. Support for this strategy is also provided.
Hurricane Laura was a great threat as a category 4 going on 5 hurricane, so STC reminded those who were in danger of exposure to evacuate.
Daniel Foster will be presenting Simplified User Interface as a visual treatment that is user-friendly, convenient, supportive of organization, and backed by research.