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Thursday, November 3, 2011 Webinar
Mobile Content: Single-Sourcing to the Max
Thinking about trying mobile for your online help or doc but hesitant because of the need for new tools? App programming? Try using your help authoring tool. In this webinar, you'll review mobile outputs from RoboHelp and Flare, then look at the features that help create the most flexible and controlled content possible.
Tanner Corporate Services will host this webinar in Nashville.
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(Updated November 2, 2011)
Annual Awards Banquet
Tuesday, February 22, 2011 Monthly Meeting and Awards Banquet
It’s time to pay honor where honor is due. Please join us for the Middle Tennessee Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication awards banquet.
We will recognize each entry, distribute awards, thank the judges, and recognize the hard work of all submitters in this year’s competition. The banquet has become one of the highlights of our year as we celebrate the hard work of our profession.
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The president of the STC Toronto chapter in Canada has invited any interested MTC members to attend a series of DITA tools webinars. The STC Toronto home page link is: www.stctoronto.org and their webinar series page is at: http://www2.stctoronto.org/get-involved/events/webinar. The next presentation is scheduled for this coming week and focuses on Adobe. Future webinars will be on XMetaL in March and Oxygen in April. You can register directly from the STC Toronto home page or their more detailed webinar series page.
SmartDocs: Content Reuse in Microsoft Word
ThIf you were not able to attend the SmartDocs: Content Reuse in Microsoft Word webinar presented on January 28, watch the recorded presentation. The password for the recording is: stcmtc. If you have not watched a WebEx recording before, your browser may prompt you to download and install the WebEx Recording Player. This download + install should take less than 30 seconds. You may also download the presentation slides here.
Being on Board
A new year is upon us. That means it’s time to resolve to get involved with the
Middle Tennessee Chapter. This year aims to be packed with events
and opportunities, including the annual publications & online
competition and mid-day webinars.
MTC’s events and activities are planned and overseen by
a Board of Directors. The Board of Directors currently has several
opportunities available. Serving on the Board is a great way
to be really active in the STC community and give back to your
local chapter. And, it looks great on your resume! The Board
of Directors is looking for individuals to serve in the following
• Director, Membership
• Director, Competitions
• Vice President
• Director, Periodicals
Please contact MTC’s President to volunteer for one of
these positions or to get more information about serving on
the Board of Directors.
(Updated November 3, 2011)
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