Atypical Documentation for Breast Cancer Patients
With breast cancer, it is not just the cells that are atypical; it is everything associated with it. Each personís experience is unique because no two patients and situations are exactly the same. This means, unlike traditional subject matter, there is no typical user, no specific sequence of tasks to be completed, and no immediate way to know if everything has been done correctly. The cancer experience is chaotic, which makes it critical that the right information be captured and delivered to the right audience, in the right format, and at the right time. | More Details
Resume Critiquing Service
As a technical communicator, you know that it is not easy to edit your own work. The end result is better when you have had a fresh set of eyes look at what you have written. A resume is no different. Fresh eyes mean a fresh perspective and can be the difference between getting an interview or not. Have someone look at your resume the way a potential employer might look at it. | More Details
Some Highlights from this Last STC Year
The 2013-2014 STC year was full of activity. There was lots to see and do. Here are just a few highlights:
Become an STC member. Remember to select the Southwestern Ontario Chapter as your community.
Career postings for local technical communicators. Updated: February 25, 2015 . [more]
Join the discussion at Blogspot
Discuss issues on technical writing with other technical writers. Discusssion Group Intro
STC Southwestern Ontario Chapter Group
Go to Twitter and connect with @stc_soc
Subscribe to our Youtube channel.
Hey there, can you spare an hour? We need YOUR help to run your chapter! [More]