Communities starting with A


The Academic Community supports the professional responsibilities of STC members worldwide who work as educators and researchers in colleges and universities.


The Accessibility SIG serves as a focal point both to help members with special needs achieve their potential and to help ensure the accessibility of technical communication products to end users with special needs. The SIG accomplishes this by researching and publishing information about products, services, and literature that can assist technical communicators with disabilities in their career activities and assist all technical communicators in developing products that are fully accessible to users with disabilities.


The STC Agile SIG is a great resource for technical communicators to share their experiences and information on all aspects of Agile implementation. Our members come from a variety of companies and Agile experience levels (from new adopters to mature teams).


The STC Alberta Chapter·represents technical communicators within Alberta, Saskatchewan, and the Northwest Territories.

Application Programming Interface (API)

The API SIG provides a community dedicated to creating documentation for developers, including Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) and Software Developer Kits (SDKs).


The Society for Technical Communication (STC), Atlanta, Georgia Chapter has more than 350 members who work in a variety of positions.


The leadership of the Austin chapter of STC uses a strategic plan to plan and execute initiatives that improve the chapter's operations and the chapter's value to its members.


The Australia Chapter was formed in 2001, with the goal of providing Australian STC members with an opportunity to initiate and become involved in local activities and to discuss local issues.