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Announcing the winners of the 2009 TE SIG scholarship

Author: stc_tesig_ann@mailman.stc.org - Published At: Jun 18, 2009 02:28pm EDT -
SIG News
Congratulations to the winners of the Scholarship 2009 Society for Technical Communication Technical Editing Special Interest Group scholarships!

Lindsay Kate Taylor
and
S. Daniel Siepert

Check out the new CIDM blog!

Author: Michelle Corbin - Published At: Sep 19, 2008 08:05am EDT -
General
I have subscribed to the e-newsletter from the Center for Information-Development Management (CIDM) for some time now. In their latest issue, at the end of one of their articles, they (in the spirit of social computing) encouraged me to comment on the article in their new CIDM blog: http://cidmblog.com/ .

CIDM

As I explored the new blog, I was quite excited to see that they have sectioned it into different topic areas, one of which is Editing Issues! Other areas include DITA, Management, Metrics, Tools, and Writing Green.

To entice you, you should read JoAnn Hackos’ post on whether stem sentences are needed to introduce task steps.

I have now subscribed (via RSS) to this blog, and I am looking forward to keeping up on the postings in this new community. Check it out!

Three cheers for Diane Feldman, our DSSA winner for 2008!

Author: System Administrator - Published At: Apr 01, 2008 07:00am EDT -
SIG News
The Technical Editing SIG has nominated and recognized one of its members with the Distinguished SIG Service Award, or DSSA. Started in 2002, this DSSA recognizes exemplary dedication of a member to a SIG and its activities. Three basic criteria are considered in identifying nominees for the DSSA: length of SIG membership, consistency of service over time, and the variety of service.

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