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- Expose Yourself Online — Part II: Social Media
- Expose Yourself Online — Part I: Digital Communications
- STC Online Communications Survey
- STC Leadership Resources page is updated!
Deleting this group on Monday, 30 September 2013
Started by Rachel Houghton.
Last replied by Michelle Edwards
- Rough Drafts are looking for a sponsor
Community Awards Logo Location?
Last replied by Ben Woelk
Multi-screen Content Authoring with Joe Welinske: STC Carolina Webinar
Started by Andrea J. Wenger.
free MadCap products for student labs
Started by Barrie Byron.
Ideas for communities to celebrate milestone anniversaries
Last replied by Dr. Gloria A. Reece
- Touchstone Flyer
Touchstone 2012-13 Competition Website Is Live
Last replied by Judith Herr
- Touchstone 2012-13 Competition Website Is Live
Fancy scam here?
Last replied by Carol Anne Wall
Tactics for guaranteeing SME buy-in
Last replied by Karen Wisne
Financial Report Form?
Started by Sarah Baca.
Ideas for communities on archiving community information
Last replied by Roger Renteria
- Organizing meeting for Touchstone 2012-13
Last replied by Rachel Houghton
AN STC PACESETTER COMMUNITY (2010-2011) and COMMUNITY OF EXCELLENCE (2012) The Carolina Chapter currently serves members in the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill area of North Carolina (and beyond!). All of our meetings are made available as online, live webinars, to better serve non-local members. Visit http://stc-carolina.org to learn more about our community. LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=21047 Twitter: @stc_carolina Carolina Communique (newsletter): http://newsletter.stc-carolina.org
Created on: Friday, 21 January 2011
143 Members 4 Discussions 7 Wall Posts
This group is a place to share resources and ask questions related to the June 15, 2011 webinar: Personality differences can lead to misunderstanding, which can lead to conflict. For instance, Thinking types prefer directness, while Feeling types prefer tact. This presentation will explore how an understanding of personality types can help workplace teams turn differences from liabilities into assets.
Created on: Wednesday, 15 June 2011
15 Members 0 Discussions 3 Wall Posts
The East Bay Chapter turns 50 this year! Established in 1962, the East Bay Chapter serves members in the corridor of Highways 580 and 680 in the San Francisco, East Bay Area. More than 40 members work in such diverse fields as software application development, hardware manufacturing, research, electronics, and telecommunications. Technical Communicators can find resources, solutions, jobs, professional connections, and friendship with the East Bay Chapter.
Created on: Friday, 21 January 2011
52 Members 7 Discussions 1 Wall Post
This is an area where members can discuss challenges presented by the various SME personalities. Other members of the groiup are welcome to offer advice on the best way to approach the SME of interest. This is not a place to bash SMEs.
Created on: Friday, 20 May 2011
18 Members 1 Discussion 0 Wall Posts
During Leadership Day at the STC 2011 Summit, the Community Affairs Committee held a panel discussion to address commonly asked questions from STC Communities. Whether or not you had a chance to participate in Leadership Day, we'd like to invite you to continue that discussion here. Bring your questions, bring your answers, and help make STC communities the best they can be.
Created on: Sunday, 15 May 2011
18 Members 2 Discussions 0 Wall Posts
An open discussion on the possibility of creating a new membership category in STC. Many senior members in STC have volunteered a significant amount of work for the Society, have been members for over ten years but are not associate fellows, because of the 3% allowance. These loyal volunteers never get formally recognized at the Society level. This group discusses the possibility of a new membership class “between” senior member and associate fellow to narrow the recognition gap.
Created on: Monday, 23 May 2011
16 Members 1 Discussion 0 Wall Posts
Sharing and support site for community webmasters. We're here to provide a place for you to share best practices and struggles, and to connect with other webmasters within STC. We come from varying backgrounds and have different levels of experience.
Created on: Tuesday, 13 September 2011
26 Members 11 Discussions 0 Wall Posts