Ethics of Intercultural Technical Communication Workshop
November 21 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm EST
Join us for STC Florida’s November 21 educational meeting, a mini-workshop, “Exploring the Ethics of Intercultural Technical Communication” from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Perkins Restaurant on University and also available online.
The 2-hour event includes an engaging presentation by the authors of Chapter 5, “Teaching the Ethics of Intercultural Communication” by Bethany Aguad and Dan Voss in the anthology of research articles Teaching and Training for Global Engineering: Perspectives on Culture and Professional Communication Practices, edited by Madelyn Flammia of UCF and Kirk St.Amant of East Carolina University and published in 2017.
Following the presentation is a “hands-on” workshop that is sure to be both challenging and enlightening. In it, you’ll be guiding your ship through the perilous shoals of ethical conflicts technical communicators encounter as we practice our profession across the boundaries of nations, religions, and cultures.
We welcome attendees in person at Perkins and online through Zoom.
We will be charging the following rates for this meeting:
-$6 for STC Florida Chapter Members (part of Society for Technical Communication membership, not membership of this meetup group)
-$12 for all other attendees
The same pricing applies for online attendees. Visit our Meeting Payments page for details on how to pay ahead for the meeting and receive the call details if you want to attend online.