SIG Watercooler Chats
Questions or comments? Contact the Watercooler Chat Manager.
General Watercooler Chat Information
- No formal presentation will be given.
- All who attend are encouraged to ask questions and to respond to questions, not just listen in.
- The discussion will be held in the TE SIG Adobe Connect room.
- Moderators can choose to give an audio/visual presentation, audio only, or text only.
- Refer to the individual chat wiki page for details on the type of talk being given (text only, etc.).
A transcript of each chat will be posted in the file gallery ( SIG members only).
Preparing for chats
- Prepare a few questions or comments about the topic. Be ready to participate in the discussion, not just "listen."
- Test the chat software at least one day before the session by going to the the STC Adobe Connect Test Meeting room.
- Review the Adobe Connect Guide for Participants for additional information.
Category: Watercooler Chats
- Watercooler Chat: 2017 TE SIG Open House
- Watercooler Chat: Tech Editors Wear Many Hats
- Watercooler Chat: The Ways We Edit
- Watercooler Chat: 2016 TE SIG Open House
- Watercooler Chat: Editing in Microsoft Word
- Watercooler Chat: Learn How to Get Involved with the TE SIG!
- Watercooler Chat: Managing Your Tech Comm Career
- Watercooler Chat: Technical Editing Progression at the 2016 STC Summit
- Watercooler Chat: Hey, Ms. Language Person*
- Watercooler Chat: SIG Leaders Wanted!
- Watercooler Chat: Editing Training Materials
- Watercooler Chat: Dual Editing Roles
- Watercooler Chat: Indexing
- Watercooler Chats: Personal and Corporate Branding
- Watercooler Chat: Freelancing
- Watercooler Chat: STC Membership Renewal 2014
- Watercooler Chat: Writing and Editing Scripts for Video Tutorials
- SIG watercooler chat - Editing Product Documentation in Wikis: Challenges, Opportunities, and Approaches (revisited)
- Going for Personal Best
- Watercooler Chat - Working in Cross-Cultural Environments
- Watercooler Chat - Editing Product Documentation in Wikis
- SIG Watercooler Chat - Documentation Strategies for the Social Web
- Watercooler Series on â€œManaging Documentation Projects in a Collaborative World -- New Best Practices for Editorsâ€
- The Value of Levels of Editing as a Technical Editing Tool - A Watercooler Chat
- SIG Watercooler Chat: Strategies for Simplicity
- SIG Watercooler Chat: Using the Web Site
- SIG Watercooler Chat: VoIP
- Watercooler Chats