Notes from 50th International STC Conference
Dallas, Texas, May 18-21, 2003
This site contains notes taken
from the technical sessions at the 50th Annual International Conference
of the Society for Technical Communication (STC)
in Dallas, Texas, May 18-21, 2003. Below is a hot-linked table
of contents of the sessions for which notes are provided. Additional links
to other sites and materials are provided within the notes from the various sessions.
Links to these sites are expected to be valid at least until September 1, 2003.
In some cases, handouts are available only in hard-copy form. To get copies of such
materials contact Dan Voss via e-mail.
The presenters of several of the sessions covered below published one or more articles
on the conference Proceedings, which are available in hard copy and, in some
cases, electronic format. To get copies of these papers, you can contact the authors
(some of whose e-mail addresses are provided with the notes to the sessions), or you
can contact Dan Voss via e-mail.
To view files of presentations from the conference and other related materials,
check out the Conference Web site.
Web Authoring and Electronic Publishing Technology
- "Send Me an E-Mail: From Messaging to E-Business Linchpin",
Charles R. Crawley, Rockwell Collins, Susan B. Moore, EDS, and
Lynette R. Porter, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
- "Using Humor to Survive in Difficult Times",
Karen G. O’Keefe, Tybrin Corporation, and Mary T. Dysert, Cyber, Inc.
Integrated Strategic Communication
Ethics of Technical Illustration
Accessibility and Disability in Technical Communication
- "From Disabled to Enabled: Meeting Special Needs to
Ensure Accessibility" — Progression Sponsored by STC's AccessAbility SIG,
Kathy Bine, Lori Gillen, Mike Hamilton, Pauline Horn, Gail Lippincott, Cynthia Lockley,
Andy Malcolm, Helen Marty, Mike Murray, Gloria Reece, Fabien Vais, Judy Vinegar, and Dan Voss.
Comments or suggestions regarding the 50th
International STC Conference notes? Please e-mail Dan Voss