The price of the tickets is for the entire mini-conference, and attendees may join at any time. All sessions will be recorded, and the recording and slides will be made available to attendees after the mini-conference.
The APEX® Awards is an annual competition for publishers, editors, writers and designers who create print, Web, electronic, and social media. In APEX® 2022, awards were given in 100 communications categories, in 14 main categories including: COVID-19; environment; newsletters; magazines, journals & tabloids; annual reports; print media; electronic media; social media; apps; websites; campaigns, programs & plans; writing; design & illustration; and one-of-a-kind publications.
Business, nonprofit, agency and freelance communicators can enter APEX® to win awards for their best writing, publications, campaigns, programs, design and media. Entries are submitted from all over the world such as the U.S., Canada, Singapore, the UK, India, the Netherlands, Germany, Hong Kong, South Africa, and more.
Communications Concepts, Inc. sponsors the APEX® Awards, and advises professionals who write, edit, and manage business communications, on best strategies and practices.
How many entries were there? How many awards were given?
APEX® 2022 awards were based on excellence in graphic design, editorial content and the success of the entry – in the opinion of the judges – in achieving overall communications effectiveness and excellence.
A total of 100 APEX® Grand Awards were presented in 14 major categories to honor the outstanding works in those categories. 485 APEX® Awards of Excellence recognize excellence in 100 individual subcategories.
Is there a list of winning entries?
Yes. See APEX 2022 Winners List (pdf).
Grand Award winners are listed by main category. Award of Excellence winners are listed within each subcategory, alphabetically by organization, or by last name for individual entrants.)
For the Future
APEX® 2023 will open 1 November 2022. The entry deadline for APEX® 2023 is February 15, 2023. Some categories may change.
Join us for the 2nd session of our Instructional Design workshop series: “ADDIE: Who is she, and why we care?” with Dr. Jennifer Goode
This is a joint event by the STC IDL SIG and the STC WDCB chapter.
Join us for the second session of our Instructional Design workshop series: “ADDIE: Who is she, and why should instructional designers care?” with Dr. Jennifer Goode.
10:30 am Pacific / 11:30 am Mountain / 12:30 pm Central / 1:30 pm Eastern
Saturday 21 January 2023
Presented by the STC IDL CoP
Registration is free for
STC IDL SIG CoP speakers and volunteers
Students and academics
IDL members, consider donating $5 (or more) for your ticket. Your generosity will go to our presenter as a thank you, and toward our activities at the next STC Summit.
Remember, free webinars are a benefit of SIG membership. We use 100% of our annual budget to provide value to you, our members. We want you, not your money.
This webinar will be recorded. If you can’t make it to the live event, sign up anyway and we will send you a link to the recording on YouTube.
About the workshop series:
This winter, we’re going back to the essentials of instructional design. This three part series includes:
12 November 2022 1:30 ET – Intro to ID: Moving from tech writer to instructional design
21 January 2023 1:30 ET – ADDIE: Who is she, and why should instructional designers care?
TBD March 2023 – Revisiting ADDIE: Finding value in what instructional designers might be missing
About the speaker:
Dr. Jennifer Goode is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Technical Communication at Mercer University in Macon, GA. Dr. Goode uses qualitative research and content design strategies to support user information needs. She supports her students’ advanced study of multimedia tools through various independent projects as a part of the Multimedia Lab.
Dr. Goode has nearly 20 years of experience in instructional design and computer-based training. She has served as an online learning consultant, co-directed the world’s oldest online master’s program, and taught as an online instructor since 2005. Dr. Goode has served both government and higher education organizations in the areas of computer-based training, document production and management, strategic content development, and online course management.