From the STC Office, 7 August 2013
We invite you to contribute your ideas, studies, experience, and expertise at our Technical Communication Summit 2014, the 61st Annual Conference of the Society for Technical Communication. The Summit is 18-21 May 2014 in Phoenix, Arizona USA.
[NOTE: We will be updating the full Summit site with information specific to Phoenix in the coming weeks, but are leaving most of the Atlanta information present so you can see the types of presentations and events you can expect at the Summit.]
The Technical Communication Summit is an international meeting of professional technical communicators at all levels, from beginners to seasoned veterans. It fosters industry-leading technical communication by stimulating information exchange, cultivating research, and serving as the primary source of education for professional technical communicators. The Summit is a gathering of technical writers, editors, illustrators, managers, information designers, architects, content strategists, instructional designers, usability and user-centered design practitioners, researchers, and students.
Proposals are due 5:00 PM EDT (GMT-4), Monday, 16 September 2013. All proposals must be submitted through our online submission system. Good luck, and see you in Phoenix!
Not Sure What to Propose?
If you want to present but aren’t sure how to start, we’ve provided some background information. Check out Summit Topics and Ideas and a list of Session Types and Descriptions. You can also see who is on the Program Advisory Committee and email them with any questions. Please don’t hesitate to ask for advice or guidance. We want to see you in Phoenix!
Registration for the 2014 Summit starts 1 December with the Really Early Bird rate. Plan now to take advantage of the lowest rate possible!