STC’s Notebook | Official Voice of TechComm

Introducing the 2019 Class of STC Fellows and Associate Fellows
STC is pleased to announce that 10 distinguished members have been named Fellows and Associate Fellows of the Society for Technical Communication.
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A Conversation with Gabby Pascuzzi, Survivor Contestant, Technical Communicator, and STC Summit Honors Event Speaker
This year's STC Technical Communication Summit & Expo Honors Event speaker is Gabby Pascuzzi, technical communicator and recent "Survivor: David vs. Goliath" contestant.
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Join Week 2 of STC Roundtable for Free!
Have you checked out STC Roundtable yet? The months of March and April are absolutely free to everyone who signs up, and we've got some fantastic content served up on a weekly basis.
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Announcing the Results of the 2019 STC Election
STC, the Nominating Committee, and the Board of Directors are pleased to announce the results of the 2019 STC election.
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Education Roundup: Integrate Your Content with Salesforce and Localize Your Editing
Winter is waning, but STC education is just beginning. We've got a pair of great webinars this week, the first of which is free to STC members.
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Summit Spotlight: Learn Git!
Have you resolved to learn Git in 2019? You can do so at the Summit!
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STC’s Notebook | Official Voice of TechComm

The Society for Technical Communication advances the theory and practice of technical communication across all user abilities and all media. STC’s 6,000 members produce everything from traditional user manuals to the latest Web-based interactive tutorials, all with the goal of conveying complex information in a way people can receive, understand, and use.

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