Medical Scribes

From Ann Blankenship, STC memberThe job of medical scribe requires knowledge of medical terminology and might be a way for a technical writer to enter medical writing. Even though, based on preliminary web research, the most desired scribes are ... Read More

Policy and Procedure Development

By Cindy Pao, PresidentOne unexpected turn my career path took was into the world of policy and procedure development. I thought I would share with you some things I’ve been learning, and how this new responsibility is helping me become a stronger ... Read More

News from the Net: January 2014

Notes from the Net highlights some interesting articles out there on the Web,  submitted by Doris Beetem, former Documentation Coordinator at Schlumberger Ltd. “QA Skills Gap: Testing Pros Need Enough to Write a Test Script” by Jennifer Lent ... Read More

January Program: Using Graphics in Real-World Tech Comm

Join us at our first program meeting of 2014! Sean Brierley will discuss using graphics within technical communication. This presentation discusses screen captures, photographs, Web images, illustrations, and logos. Attendees learn which formats ... Read More

Dateline Houston – December 2013 Issue

As many of us wrapped up 2013 and thought about the holidays, STC Houston began preparing for the new year. Our focus continues to be on education and knowledge sharing opportunities. In December, we added a free workshop and shared information ... Read More

User Assistance Skills and Technologies Survey

The WritersUA Skills and Technologies Survey is open and accepting your contributions. The results will be publicly posted in February. The survey is specifically designed to collect data for the benefit of all user assistance professionals. To ... Read More