Welcome to OCSTC
Welcome to OCSTC—Orange County Technical Communication
The Orange County Chapter of STC (OCSTC) provides networking and mentoring, educational, and employment information opportunities targeting those in the technical communication and allied professions. OCSTC accomplishes this by working singly, with other surrounding Southern California STC chapters, other related professional organizations, and the community at large.
Search engine optimization enthusiast, Steve Wiideman, will be sharing the latest trends in SEO, including what to avoid and where to put the majority of your effort in 2014. If you aren't receiving much web traffic or have recently lost business due to lower ranking within Google or Bing, this event is for you. Wiideman will be coveri
This presentation will explain and categorize key theories of ethics, from classical and rationalist to utilitarian and feminist. We’ll cover philosophers from Aristotle to Confucius, from Immanuel Kant to Jeremy Bentham, from Henri Bergson to Carol Gilligan. This information will offer technical communicators the multiple perspectives nece
The annual chapter business meeting will be conducted at the April chapter meeting. The results of the election will be read, and the administrative council-elect will be installed. To save your seat, register for the April chapter meeting. Notice: In addition to formalizing the election results and installing the new officers, the annual business
Freshly returned from the Technical Communication Summit, a panel of OCSTC members will discuss the latest trends, struggles, and solutions that were presented at the conference. Note that this is the fourth Tuesday in May.
Do you feel like you are the captain of your career, or more like a galley slave—chained to a job that you don’t like, or perhaps one that pays slave wages? In this meeting, professional recruiter and STC Fellow Jack Molisani will discuss short-term tactics and long-term strategies for increasing your corporate value—and thus your standard o
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