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Review of Webinar School

The Instructional Design and Learning Special Interest Group (IDL SIG) of the Society for Technical Communication (STC) has just published a review of Bette Frick’s latest book, Webinar School: Planning, producing, and presenting your training webinar.

From the review, written by Jamye Sagan:

“Whether one has been producing webinars for years or just got […]

Orange County California STC Chapter Meeting

Next Tuesday, October 18, 6:00pm to 8:30pm, I will be presenting a talk on XML at the Orange County STC Chapter Meeting at the Doubletree Club Hotel—Orange County Airport.

The talk will cover topics ranging from basic XML syntax and structure to XML schemas for technical communicators. There will be plenty of time for questions, […]

Business Matters reviewed by STC Technical Communication

The Society for Technical Communication (STC) journal, Technical Communication, has published a review of Bette Frick’s Business Matters: A Freelancer’s Guide to Business Success in Any Economy.

From the review, written by Kristin Kirkham-Broadhead, “Frick writes in a refreshing tone with her blatant honesty, showcasing the roller coaster of emotions you deal with in […]

XML Press at STC Summit

This year, XML Press will be running the bookstore at the STC Summit in Phoenix, Arizona, May 18-21. The bookstore will feature books from a wide variety of publishers, covering topics of interest to technical communicators, content strategists, managers, marketers, and anyone interested in our field.

In addition, several XML Press authors will be at […]

Writing a book proposal

I just posted my latest article for the STC Notebook, Publishing Perspectives: Writing a Book Proposal. If you’ve ever thought of writing a book and would like to know what publishers are looking for, this should answer some of your questions.

April News Letter

The April edition of the XML Press Newsletter is now available in HTML or PDF form.

We have news about a new book from Robert Delwood, the Kindle edition of Conversation and Community: The Social Web for Documentation, and a bunch of events involving XML Press authors.

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