This entry is part 12 of 12 in the series Prez Says
Hello, STC New England! I’d like to take this time to welcome new and returning members for 2018. The New England chapter is the place to network, share ideas, and learn about technical communication in all six New England states, and we’re fortunate to have you as part of it.
The December program meeting, the Chapter’s first of the year—and by all accounts one of the most interesting of recent years—introduced Augmented Reality (AR) and its potential for transforming the way information is presented and consumed.
Updated: March 20, 2018 Updated with additional pictures (Ed. Note: Nancy Allison, Paul Duarte, Elizabeth Klisiewicz, Steve Jong, and Rick Lippincott contributed to this report.) STC New England held its annual InterChange regional conference on October 20 and 21, 2017 at the University of Massachusetts Lowell Inn and Conference Center.
Information Security is one of the hottest jobs in technology today. This is for good reason—stories of stolen identities, medical records, and political secrets dominate our headlines and undermine trust in schools, stores, corporations, and even the governments of world powers. Technical communicators can play an important role in assuring that doesn’t happen.