Hello and Welcome to the online home of the Northeast Ohio Community of the Society for Technical Communication!
Our diverse group includes writers, editors, content developers, instructional designers, information architects, illustrators, graphic artists, and more.
As one of the most active geographical communities in STC International, we strive to add value to our members by providing a variety of educational and networking opportunities. See our “About” page for more information on NEO STC.
We invite you to join us at one of our monthly events, listed below.
MONTHLY PROGRAM MEETINGS
“School’s Out for the Summer!”
Our 2016-17 chapter year has come to a completion and we’re on our usual summer hiatus.
… except for our networking events of course! See the announcement below for information on our next get-together.
What’s planned for next year? Our leadership team will be working through the summer months to line up another great slate of programs and activities for us.
And here’s a thought: What about you? Please consider proposing a presentation we can all benefit from next year, or see if your company is willing to host a meeting. If either or both of these spark your interest, contact someone on the Board soon. Use this form to submit a presentation proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org today!
See you in the fall!
NETWORKING SOCIAL – LUNCH EVENT
Date: Thursday July 13 at 12 Noon
Location: Abuelo’s Mexican Food Embassy, 26100 Harvard Rd., Warrensville Hts OH (216-360-9030)
Cost: The only cost to you is the price of your food and beverages.
Registration: If you plan to attend, e-mail your RSVP to Angie Dianetti by noon on Tuesday July 11.
FEB. 2017 – WEBSITE UPDATE! Legacy Websites Decommissioned
IMPORTANT: As of February 20, 2017, all of the chapter’s older websites have been deleted entirely.
If your online portfolio, LinkedIn profile, personal professional website, or other resource was linked to articles you wrote that were housed on the old L&L archives, you will need to update those links now. Since the old websites have been “de-commissioned,” the old links will no longer work.
All archived issues of Lines & Letters (all online issues that were previously housed on legacy versions of the chapter website) have now been converted to PDF format and are linked from the Newsletter Archive page. The new format enables you to easily link to your content and also (new feature) to download and/or print a professional-looking copy for your own use.