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The Future Technical Communicators (FTC) of UCF and the Orlando Central Florida (OCF) Chapter of STC welcome you to our upcoming mini-conference, “Mining for Knowledge.”
Admission is free and refreshments provided.
The progression-style seminar will include 8 speakers with more than a century and a half of collective technical communication experience. Presenters will speak on six diverse topics, from the “First Year on the Job” to “Writing a Winning Proposal." The attached flyer provides details on the topics. A matrix is also attached with more information.
Themed to "gems" of knowledge to be mined, this colorful event is open to students and technical communicators alike who wish to learn new skills. Under the rotating progression format, attendees will be able to choose three topics to learn about.
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STC Orlando Central Florida Chapter
The Society for Technical Communication (stc.org), is a professional organization that “advances the theory and practice of technical communication across all user abilities and media so that both businesses and customers benefit from safe, appropriate, and effective use of products, information, and services.”
Here in Central Florida, we provide programs of interest and value to local practitioners—experienced and novice—to promote best practices, facilitate networking, and provide educational resources within our group and in the wider worlds of business and education. Our close ties to the University of Central Florida have nourished student-to-professional transitions and enabled our members and visitors to benefit from knowledge in both the theory and practice arenas.
Orlando Central Florida STC Chapter meets most months on the third Thursday. Our schedules are posted elsewhere on this site, and the current month’s offering is highlighted on this page. We urge you to give us a try—first meeting is free—and see whether membership is for you. We welcome all visitors.
Please join us: check out our programs and let us know what you think. We are always interested in hearing how we can improve what we offer. Please write to (firstname.lastname@example.org) with comments, feedback, and suggestions. And we hope to welcome you in person at our meetings.