Really Early Bird Conference Registration Ends Dec. 31

Cropped photo of David Pogue
Keynote Speaker: David Pogue

The Really Early Bird rate of $825 (STC members only) is good through 31 December, 2012 so register now to make sure you get the lowest rate possible for the 2013 Technical Communication Summit. The 2013 Summit takes place 5-8 May in Atlanta and officially begins Sunday evening, 5 May, with a general session and keynote speaker. David Pogue returns to the STC Summit as the keynote speaker once again! The New York Times columnist, Missing Manual publisher, and Emmy-winning CBS News correspondent will be in Atlanta; will you?

STC SUMMIT@aClick is now available


If you weren’t able to attend all the sessions at the Summit in Atlanta, you can now listen to a recording of those sessions and any of the ones you’d like to hear again. STC has announced that the 2009 SUMMIT@aClick is available on STC’s Live Learning Center, with unlimited access for those who attended the 2009 Summit in Atlanta.

SUMMIT@aClick has more than 85 sessions currently online and more sessions will be added as speakers review their material. SUMMIT@AClick will allow full conference attendees to review speaker materials, watch the audio/visual speaker presentation (as presented in Atlanta), and download an audio file.

Summit attendees should watch for an e-mail from email hidden; JavaScript is required with the subject line: STC’s 56th Annual Technical Communication Summit, which will contain the passcode and instructions to access the content.

For those who could not attend the Summit

SUMMIT@aClick will be available for purchase for those who could not attend the conference. For questions about price and access, contact email hidden; JavaScript is required.

Managing Successful Web Seminars

Carolyn Kelley Klinger ked a session during Leadership Day at the 2009 Technical Summit in Atlanta called “Managing Successful Web Seminars”. Thanks to some live blogging by Lisa Pappas, we have a link to the transcript of Carolyn’s session: [Scribblelive is no longer active.].

Carolyn Kelley Klinger makes a point in her session during Leadership Day.
Carolyn Kelley Klinger makes a point in her session during Leadership Day.