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Villegas Views: Be Thankful for Technical Communication

Here’s my latest post for the STC Notebook, which has a Thanksgiving theme, but it could apply all year. Are you thankful for the technical communication field? I’m rather thankful, especially this past year, and I list several reasons why … Continue reading

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You’ve got what it takes in Tech Comm? Here’s your chance to PROVE IT!

Come on, admit it–you know you are good.  You know that deep down, you are one of the best in the tech comm business doing what you do.  Perhaps your co-workers and your manager know it, or your clients know … Continue reading

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In Conversation with Adobe: Danielle Villegas–Review of Marcia Riefer Johnston’s “Word Up”

While I was at the 2013 STC Summit, I was asked to talk to Adobe about Marcia Riefer Johnston’s book, Word Up, which we all know is a subject I’m happy to discuss. Here is the end result–hey Ma, look! … Continue reading

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Villegas Views: Why Bother Learning More in Technical Communication?

See on Scoop.it – M-learning, E-Learning, and Technical Communications Danielle M. Villegas‘s insight: I have a new monthly byline with the STC Notebook blog! Welcome to Villegas Views. Check out this latest entry about continuing education in tech comm. –techcommgeekmom … Continue reading

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A First-Timer’s Summit: Speed Dating and Pick-up Lines at the Summit? What?

See on Scoop.it – M-learning, E-Learning, and Technical Communications Danielle M. Villegas‘s insight: Here’s the fifth of my series for the STC Notebook. Are you an introvert? This is the article for you! –techcommgeekmom See on notebook.stc.org

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“A Fear Stalks Our Profession…”

The STC posted this on Facebook today (I was so busy today, that I don’t know if they posted it elsewhere), and I was struck by how focused it is in the message. Credit goes to Rick Lippincott who gave … Continue reading

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Five Ways to Avoid the “Congratulations” Cliche as You Start a User’s Guide

See on Scoop.it – M-learning, E-Learning, and Technical Communications It seems that the manual for almost every product I buy starts off by congratulating me for having purchased the product. This is an awesome article by @tomjohnson, who is a … Continue reading

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