List of leadership webinars: 2017

 

 

CAA (Why CAA)? Top 10 Tips and

Reasons to Submit Your Community CAA Application

11/17/17
 

Community Budgeting

10/13/17
 

Event Planning 101

8/25/17
 

Great Programming for All of Us

8/11/17
 

Surely You Can’t Be Serious… About Surveys

7/28/17
 

You Too Can Easily Start a YouTube Channel

for Your STC Chapter

3/24/2017
 

Your Community at its Best:
Building and Keeping Strong Leadership Teams

1/27/2017

Join us – STC CAC Webinar: YCAA (Why CAA)? Top 10 Tips & Reasons to Submit a Community CAA Application? with Jamye Sagan – Friday, November 17, 2017 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (EDT)

Join us for the: “YCAA (Why CAA)? Top 10 Tips & Reasons to Submit a Community CAA Application” webinar with Jamye Sagan​.

 

Friday,  November 17, 2017 from 12.00 PM to 1.00 PM (EDT).

Register at: 

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ycaa-why-caa-top-10-tips-reasons-to-submit-a-community-caa-application-tickets-39591243475

About the Webinar

In this webinar, we will discuss why community leaders should complete the Community Achievement Award application. We will also share tips for managing the application process within your community.

About the Audience

This webinar is for STC community leaders, who are encouraged to register and attend online or watch the recording.

About the Speaker

Jamye Sagan, a Senior Member of STC, volunteers with the Instructional Design and Learning SIG as the Social Media and Surveys Lead. Jamye also belongs to the Policies & Procedures SIG and the Technical Editing SIG. She also serves at the Society level in the following roles: SIG Outreach Lead for the Community Affairs Committee, member of the Communities Task Force, and chair of the Community Achievement Award and Pacesetter Award evaluation committees. Contact Jamye at jamye.sagan@gmail.com.

Have questions about the webinar? Contact STC Community Affairs Committee (CAC).

Register at: 

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ycaa-why-caa-top-10-tips-reasons-to-submit-a-community-caa-application-tickets-39591243475

Sponsor: STC Community Affairs Committee

Ramesh Aiyyangar,

STC CAC Communication Lead & Volunteer.
Email: ​aiyyangar@gmail.com
Twitter: ​@aiyyangar
​LinkedIn: ​https://www.linkedin.com/in/rameshaiyyangarprofile/

Recording and slides of ‘Community Budgeting’ webinar with Jim Bousquet are available now.

Recording and slides of Community Budgeting’ webinar with Jim Bousquet are available now.

 

 

The complete recording of this presentation is available now (using GoToWebinar) at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2288398543578964227

The slides from this presentation are available now (using Google Drive) at:https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1OjS1yhuPvRWE9WaGhpQ0VPZms

Our thanks to our speaker, Jim Bousquet, and to Elaine Gilliam and Steve Jong for setting up the presentation.

Join us – STC CAC Webinar: What is Ethics? with Derek Ross – Friday, October 20, 2017 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (EDT)

Join us for the: “​What Is Ethics” webinar with Derek Ross​.

Friday, October 20, 2017 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (EDT).

Register at: 

Free STC Member-Only CAC Webinar: Why Ethics?: Interpreting “Ethics” and What STC’s Ethical Principles (Can) Do

About the Webinar

When we talk about ethics, we often do so in a very general sense. “Do the right thing,” seems to be a general perception of what it means to be ethical and, as a result, any meaningful discussion of personal or corporate ethics often seems stagnant. If we all just did the right thing, we wouldn’t have personnel issues, arguments over corporate rights, concerns over privacy issues, or any other problems-unless, of course, we all have a different sense of what is right.

As members of the Society for Technical Communication, we operate under a set of six ethical principles. This webinar explains how those six principles; legality, honesty, confidentiality, quality, fairness, and professionalism, work against the larger backdrop of ethical theory. This webinar teaches the fundamental components of ethical decision making, and introduces different types of ethical theories. We conclude by looking at how we can operationalize the STC’s ethical principles, and how our organizational ethics can be of professional use in our workplaces.

About the Audience

This webinar is open to all STC members and nonmembers.

About the Speaker

Derek G. Ross, PhD, Auburn University Department of English, Master of Technical and Professional Communication Program. He teaches, or has taught, classes in technical writing, document design, editing, writing public policy, and environment-related rhetoric, among others. His current research interests include document design in technical  and professional communication, perceptions of environment-related rhetoric audience analysis, and student understanding of research and research methodologies.

Currently, he is the Ethics columnist/editor at Intercom Magazine. His column features ethics scenarios and issues that may affect technical communicators in the many aspects of their jobs.

Have questions about Event Planning 101? Contact STC Community Affairs Committee (CAC)

Register at: 

Free STC Member-Only CAC Webinar: Why Ethics?: Interpreting “Ethics” and What STC’s Ethical Principles (Can) Do

Sponsor: STC Community Affairs Committee

Ramesh Aiyyangar,

STC CAC Communication Lead & Volunteer.
Email: ​aiyyangar@gmail.com
Twitter: ​@aiyyangar
​LinkedIn: ​https://www.linkedin.com/in/rameshaiyyangarprofile/