On Friday, April 27 from 12:00 pm-2:00 pm in room 201 and atrium, the STC Spring Showcase will display projects completed by TTU students enrolled or interested in technical communication courses. The goal of this event is to support and inspire English students and faculty as well as provide a space for networking and collaboration on not only finished, but on projects in progress.
Undergraduate and graduate students of all majors who are interested in technical communication are welcome to participate. Participants are not required to be technical communication majors/minors but are expected to give synchronous, informal presentations or demonstrations of their work for a significant part of the showcase. Attendees may come and go. Participants should register for the event at https://goo.gl/forms/7d1WuAY8FXgfC0tI2
Students have the opportunity to win one of two $200 scholarships and a $100 People’s Choice Award. The 2311 Design Contest winners, sponsored by the Media Lab (see below), will be announced at this event as well. Note: The scholarship money is supported by the English Department, not STC.
This event is co-sponsored by the English Department, the Media Lab, and the student chapter of Society for Technical Communication (STC).
|11:00 am||Set up, sign in or register||Atrium|
|12:00-12:15||Welcome address from STC President Kylie Jacobsen and Faculty Advisor Dr. Craig Baehr||Room 201|
|12:15-1:30 pm||Showcase all student work
Judging for scholarship participants
|1:30-1:45||Light refreshments and networking break
|1:45-2:00 pm||Award for the Media Lab’s 2311 Design Contest winner/s announced and scholarships awarded||Room 201|
|2:00 pm||Conclusion and Cleanup||Room 201|
Media Lab’s 2311 Design Contest
The English Department’s Media Lab invites students of ENGL 2311 to enter their work in the 2311 Design Contest!
Each instructors may submit up to 3 entries from their sections, or choose to ask students to select the top entries from their class.
Submissions will be judged by a jury of graduate students in Technical Communication and the Media Lab Director. Criteria for evaluation include:
- Design professionalism
- Focus and clarity
- Suitability to audience and task
To enter, students must consent to participate, and to have their work posted online at the contest website by the Media Lab for visitors to view. Students must sign a release form, available in the Media Lab (ENGL/PHIL Rm. 362) during open lab hours.
Send submissions to email@example.com. Submissions must be received by Friday, April 13th at 5:00 pm. Winners will be announced at the STC Symposium on Friday, April 27th, between 12-2 pm.