The TTU Human Factors and Ergonomics Society invites you to a talk by Dr. Brain Still next Wednesday,March 29, 2017 from 4:30 to 5:30pm in Media and Communications room 82. Dr. Still will be speaking about real world user-centered design. Dr. Still is an Associate Professor of Technical Communications at Texas Tech University. He teaches … Continue reading You’re invited to a talk by Dr. Still
I’m excited to announce that the STC Student Chapter elections are once again upon us. If you would like to get more involved with our chapter, or know someone who would, please consider running for the 2017-2018 executive board positions. All positions are open for nominations and include: president, vice president, treasurer, and secretary. Nominations … Continue reading Chapter Elections are here!
The Texas Tech University Student Chapter has earned the Bronze Community Award for our community’s activities in 2016. "For your dedicated work in promoting the technical communications profession by providing several educational & social opportunities each semester, and by hosting brown bag events that foster collaboration and networking opportunities among fellow technical communicators."
On Thursday, the TTU student chapter of STC met virtually with Ari Langer and Ted Kuster from Salesforce, which is the fourth largest software company in the world. They gave a presentation on what it's like to work at Salesforce, what they look for in interns, and how DITA works. Salesforce expects to be looking … Continue reading Meeting with Salesforce
Welcome to the updated blog for the student chapter of STC at TTU! The blog redesign committee has been working hard to get everything up and running. While some changes still need to be made, we went ahead and launched what is already completed in order to the make the site more user friendly. Be on the … Continue reading Blog Redesign
On Thursday, STC went to an XML workshop in the media lab. Here is the link to the information from this workshop: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B98ReTw6umwCeFFBTm9xdnNzM3M/view?usp=sharing Have a great weekend everyone!
On Thursday 10/20, Stephanie Shelton and Ali Hudson from National Instruments came to visit our student chapter. They talked with us about what they look for in their technical writers, and how NI operates. While there is a learning curve when starting out at NI, there are plenty of resources for beginning technical writers, … Continue reading National Instruments