Vol 44, Issue 1

September/October 2004


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Upcoming STC Seminars

The 2004–2005 seminar series is the Society’s most ambitious to date. Among the scheduled presenters are members who have published widely, served at high levels in the Society, and received outstanding scores for their conference presentations. Following is a list of seminars scheduled for November and December; to view the complete 2004–2005 seminar schedule, please visit stc.webex.com.

November 10, 2004: Introducing Windows 'Longhorn' Help

Experience Level: All Levels
Seminar Type: Web-Telephone

Presenter Char James-Tanny, a senior member with the Boston chapter, is president of JTF Associates and has almost 25 years of experience as a technical writer. Well known in the Help community for her knowledge of online Help tools and concepts, James-Tanny is also an author, IT Certified Consultant, and a 2004 Microsoft Help Most Valuable Professional (MVP).

December 8, 2004: Highlighting Hazards: Mastering Warnings and Error Messages

Experience Level: All Levels
Seminar Type: Telephone

Presenter Leah Guren entered the field of technical communication in 1980. Her experience as a writer, editor, technical publications manager, and consultant allowed her to develop a variety of specialized training programs in the field. Leah currently trains new writers through the course she developed for In Other WORDS, Israel’s leading technical communication company; she also conducts seminars and in-house training for technical communicators and engineers internationally. Her clients include many of the top high-tech companies in Israel.

Seminar Cost

Each seminar costs $99 for STC members. The nonmember rate is $149. In addition to offering high-quality training at an affordable price, STC’s seminar series features a quick and simple online registration process. Members can sign up for seminars and view detailed descriptions at stc.webex.com. Please note that registration closes 24 hours prior to event.

More information about presenters and seminars will appear in upcoming issues of Dateline Houston and on the STC Web site. Be sure to check the Web site frequently for an up-to-date list of seminars.

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