Europe SIG September Watercooler Webinar: Let's talk about what we want

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  • Jennifer O'Neill
    Jennifer O'Neill
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Europe SIG September Watercooler Webinar: Let's talk about what we want
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From : Tuesday, 06 September 2011 19:00
Until : Tuesday, 06 September 2011 20:00
(UTC +01:00) Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid, Paris
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September  is  just about here so it’s a perfect time after the holidays for us all in the Europe SIG to get together  around a virtual watercooler and discuss what we’d like to do over the next few months and what your expectations are as members.   

One idea the SIG Board has had is to start having regular virtual watercooler gatherings to chat on topics of interest to members. We've a sponsor who will let us use their Webinar facilities for free. So the idea would be to discuss a topic but there would be no formal presentation, no PowerPoints, no audio recording.  But there will be a moderator. And it will be free for SIG members.  

We could also have occasional webinars with an invited speaker who gives a standard formal presentation. Like the webinar we had last March by Alice Jane Emanuel on measuring documentation quality.   

What do you think of these proposals? Have you other ideas?

Come to our Watercooler Webinar on Tuesday, 6 September, at 19:00 CET and let's chat!

For dial-in details for the Webinar, please contact me. 

Looking forward to talking with you on the 6th.


Jennifer O Neill, Manager

STC Europe SIG

Twitter: @stceusig