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This is the primary site for the STC Washington, DC – Baltimore (WDCB) Chapter. This site replaces the old one at archives.stcwdc.org/index.shtml, which is now an archives site. Companion sites are the
This website provides an ongoing presence and communication for chapter members and others interested in our events. This site identifies membership benefits, chapter information, educational resources, speakers' handouts and presentations, community service activities, and many more items of interest to the technical communicator and others interested in the field. It serves as a public relations tool for chapter members and others who want to know about events such as competitions, meetings, workshops, and seminars / webinars sponsored by the chapter and by the Society for Technical Communication.
The chapter provides chapter members with networking tools such as the Chat discussion list; the Events & News site; the Announcements mailing list; and several social media groups such as LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter. Tools are provided for the technical communicator in the form of links to Web resources for developing technical materials, information about the career of technical communication, job announcements, ability to provide a resume to potential employers, ability to advertise your documentation company, and more. This archives website provides an historical platform and repository for chapter records, awards, honors and achievements, competition winners, photos, past presidents, and past events.
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The site was initiated, designed, and coded by Cynthia A. Lockley. The website is maintained by the Website Team Committee.
Website Team Committee Manager job description.
Site Accounts Owner / Manager: Cynthia A. Lockley
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