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Chapter Meeting December 10, 2013: Controlled Language for Content Optimization and Translation

Join us for an evening with Dr. Nadya Shalamova, Assistant Professor and Director of the Technical Communication Program at the Milwaukee School of Engineering.  Her presentation will provide an overview of the basic theory and practice of Controlled Language and its use in technical writing and translation. Nadya Shalamova’s research interests include interdisciplinary collaboration in […]

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August 7: Social & Article Discussion

Join us on August 7th for a chapter meeting with a new spin. Following a social hour, we will discuss two articles from Intercom magazine about trends in writing, editing, and publishing. Please read the articles before the meeting. Then, bring your questions or comment to share. Six Emerging Technologies to Watch (page 3) The […]

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STC 60th Anniversary Celebration at the Grohmann

Join the Wisconsin community celebration of the STC Diamond Jubilee! Spend the evening of May 15th with us as we look back on STC’s first 60 years and look to the future of technical communication. Our featured speaker Dave Clark will take us through the present and future of technical communication: “Something about technical communication […]

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Jump-Start Your Career Workshop with Jack Molisani – April 20, 2013

Join this workshop on April 20, 2013 and jump-start your career! STC Wisconsin and STC Chicago are pleased to present this joint event. We’ll all gather at the Comfort Suites in Grayslake for a full morning of networking and career building. Meet the Hiring Managers Start the workshop day by finding out what technical communications hiring […]

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March 9: DITA Modeling Workshop

Join us for a Saturday morning of DITA modeling with Leigh White. This workshop is an exercise in modeling content for publication in DITA. We will deconstruct part of a technical publication and apply basic DITA markup to the topics. The goal is to help attendees understanding the relationship between DITA elements and actual content. We’ll […]

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