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STC Canada West Coast chapter offers sponsorship of 10 student memberships

STC Canada West Coast chapter offers sponsorship of 10 student memberships

In 2017, the STC Canada West Coast chapter awarded 6 students an STC membership. For 2018, the Society for Technical Communication (STC) Canada West Coast chapter is pleased to cover the $65 (US) annual STC student membership fee for up to 10 post-secondary students in British Columbia. To be eligible, students must provide proof of…

Webinar event: Lessons learned from the 2017 STC summit

Webinar event: Lessons learned from the 2017 STC summit

Have you always wondered what it would be like to attend an STC summit? Want to learn about the topics presented at the May 2016 Summit in Washington? Do you have questions about the STC summit? The STC Canada West Coast chapter is proud to present our first webinar “Lessons Learned from the 2017 STC…

Sept 19, 2017 — Chapter Meeting

About This Meeting This is an online chapter meeting to discuss upcoming events, welcome all volunteers, and review the work that needs to be done to continue to add value for our community of writers. If you want to find out what’s happening, have some ideas you’d like to share, or would like to know…

First time summit attendee summary

I attended STC’s 64th Annual STC Summit “Gain the Edge to Get Results” in Washington, DC from May 7th to 10th, 2017. As a first time summit attendee, I gained a wealth of knowledge that I’m happy to share with my fellow chapter members and coworkers. It was an amazing and well organized conference. I…

STC Canada West Coast speakers at BCIT event: Communication for a Complex World

STC Canada West Coast speakers at BCIT event: Communication for a Complex World

Three STC Canada West Coast chapter executive members will be participating in a panel discussion at the annual BCIT Technical Writing Alumni Lunch on Saturday, September 16th at the BCIT downtown Vancouver campus. The theme is Communication for a Complex World, and the STC Canada West Coast chapter speakers bring three different perspectives to the…

August 16, 2017 — Chapter Meeting

About This Meeting This is an online chapter meeting to discuss upcoming events, welcome all volunteers, and review the work that needs to be done to continue to add value for our community of writers. If you want to find out what’s happening, have some ideas you’d like to share, or would like to know…

How to maximize your summit experience

Schedule Review all the sessions before the summit and choose a first and a second choice for each time slot. Review if you want to attend any additional meetings or presentations at lunch or in the evening. For example, I attended a few networking events, the leadership program, the annual business meeting, and the honours…

Event report: Preparing Content for Mobile

Event report: Preparing Content for Mobile

Robert Desprez’s presentation on preparing content for mobile on June 3, 2017, proved to be informative for technical communication professionals of all background and skill sets. Particularly interesting to the largely tech writing audience was Robert’s view on current trends in mobile use, and how tech writers are responding to this changing platform. How are…

STC Canada West Coast chapter conducts first salary survey

STC Canada West Coast chapter conducts first salary survey

The STC Canada West Coast chapter has conducted its first online salary survey. Over half of the chapter membership participated in the survey, which was a joint venture between the Canada West Coast and the Toronto chapters. Detailed results were sent to all Canada West Coast and Toronto chapter members in early December. This survey…

Amy Takeda advances to national engineering competition

Chapter member and active volunteer Amy Takeda has advanced to the Canadian Engineering Competition to be held in March at the University of Calgary. Amy, a tech writing student at BCIT, and competition partner Dean Tamboline, a third-year engineering student, qualified for the national event by placing second in the Engineering Communications category at the…

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