New and Unique STC Roundtable Resources (Limited Time!)

For a limited time, STC is providing those who register now with a free monthly subscription to Roundtable. Each month, Roundtable members receive: over $400 worth of fresh, high-quality content; an engaged community; access to top experts in the field and timely, accurate and targeted resources.

An example month may include: a formal webinar led by the monthly curator or a selected expert; tools for implementing the information learned; a live Q&A on the monthly topic with selected experts moderated by the monthly curator; community connections, resources and more. This is a very cool opportunity for professional development, and a high value for STC members: register for free while you can.

Win a free STC Summit Registration (Limited Time!)

SmartDocs is a complete content management system designed for technical writers which allows your team to work in Word while benefiting from centralized, reusable content. They are raffling off a free STC 2019 Technical Communication Summit Registration (a value of around $2000 Canadian dollars, depending on your membership level). How do you enter? Register for and attend a free SmartDocs demonstration webinar this Wednesday, March 6 from 12-1 p.m. A free webinar and a chance to get into the 2019 STC Summit for free? Not too shabby.

STC’s 2019 Technical Communication Summit

The 2019 STC Summit is in Denver this year, May 5-8.

View the full schedule at https://summit.stc.org/schedule/. There are 80+ sessions and 12 workshops, plus:

  • Opening Keynote by Peter Morville, Information Architecture Expert and co-author of the O’Reilly “Polar Bear” books. Click here for details.
  • Honors Event speaker Gabby Pascuzzi from Survivor. Visit https://summit.stc.org/honors-event-speaker/ for details.
  • Closing General Session speakers Karen Schriver, Saul Carliner, and Ginny Redish. Click here for session details.
  • Certified Professional Technical Communicator (CPTC) Exam Prep Training.
  • An Expo Hall where you can meet with vendors and visit the Tech Comm Library, and
  • fun social events Monday and Tuesday evening, and Wednesday afternoon after the Closing General Session!

Don’t miss this opportunity build your skills and network in a fun and professional environment!

STC Tech Comm Brunch – November

Thank you all for coming out on this busy weekend for our last brunch social of the year! Our feature guest was unable to attend due to catching the flu that has been circling around, but Natalya Lohnes will be making her entrance in January 2019!

5 Tips For Getting Through The Holidays

STC Toronto will not be holding events during December, for it is the time for family, friends, parties, and of course, Holiday wishes! STC Toronto wishes you all a nice and warm holiday season, and we look forward to seeing you next year and bringing you a jam packed agenda for 2019!

Information 4.0 with Ray Gallon

We had the pleasure of welcoming Ray Gallon to Toronto this evening and speaking with him about the Fourth Industrial Revolution, Information 4.0 and new roles and responsibilities for Technical Communicators. This highly experienced international expert is the president and co-founder of The Transformation Society, a consulting and training company dedicated to understanding and dealing with complexity and digital transformation. Ray has over 20 years’ experience in the technical content industries, including major companies such as IBM, Alcatel, and General Electric Health Care.

Ray is president of The Information 4.0 consortium, a former international board member of the Society for Technical Communication (STC) and past president of STC France. He is a frequent speaker on communications topics at conferences and seminars around the world, and currently teaches in the University of Barcelona’s Master of Sound Art programme, and University of Strasbourg’s online Master of Technical Communication and Localization.