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  • March 280–31 2021
    Madworld 2021 Technical Communication and Content Strategy Conference.
    Location: Fairmont Austin, Austin, Texas.

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STC Interchange Conference – New England Chapter

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Friday, October 26 and Saturday, October 27 from 8:30 – 4:30 PM; the UMass Lowell Inn & Conference Center at the University of Massachusetts Lowell
Conference theme: "Engineering Experience"
Deadline for Proposals: Sunday, September 16, 2018.

Join the STC New England chapter for education and networking at InterChange, our annual two-day conference for technical communication professionals. Each day features sessions chosen to sharpen your technical skills, stay current with new technology and its impact on our field, and enhance your career with a variety of professional development topics. Throughout the event, network with other tech comm professionals to build your personal network and share ideas.

Our keynote speaker, Danielle Villegas, is best known as blogger "TechCommGeekMom.. " She has given presentations at the STC Summit, CONDUIT, the IEEE-ProComm, and Drexel University. She has also taught technical communications at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Danielle has been active with the STC Philadelphia Metro Chapter (STC-PMC), doing publicity, sponsorship, acting as the CONDUIT co-chair, serving as Vice-President, and is currently President of the chapter.

Come to the STC InterChange conference to hear the latest in technical documentation techniques and share ideas with other documentation professionals. The conference is a great place to network, and give you extra insight into current trends of technical communications. It may even result in job leads!

You are welcome to present at the conference. Your proposal should relate to our conference theme, "Engineering Experience".
Get more information and submit proposals to present at the conference at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdpIN0veEF6sg2PPXweYag032k–1FKD72dQ_s9zA93HbA4ig/viewform. This is a great opportunity for professional development, allowing you to enhance your skill set for your job.

InterChange is held at UMass Lowell, approximately 30 miles northwest of Boston. The conference is accessible by car (Route 495 and the Lowell Connector), and by train (the Lowell Stop of the MBTA commuter Rail). In addition, Lowell is only 30 miles from Boston's Logan Airport (BOS) and 35 miles to Manchester Airport (MHT).

Registration includes breakfast, lunch, entry in a raffle, free wifi, and free parking.

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For details and registration, please visit: www.stcnewengland.org/event-3049022.

We hope to see you there!

Paul Duarte
InterChange Conference Coordinator

tcworld conference 2018 – Call for Papers: Submit Your Proposal until April 24


Gesellschaft für Technische Kommunikation –
tekom Deutschland e.V.

Der deutsche Fachverband für Technische Kommunikation

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tekom is now inviting speakers for the tcworld conference 2018 in Stuttgart, Germany. We are looking for interesting proposals for presentations, tutorials, and workshops in various areas of Technical Communication.

New speakers and experienced speakers – all are welcome! If you have something to say to other technical communicators then tcworld conference is your chance to do so!

For more information on the conference topics and submitting your proposal, please go to our tcworld 2018 conference website.

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Entry deadline is April 24, 2018.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Kind regards,
tekom Advisory Board for Conferences