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Education and Training Progression

A session at Society for Technical Communication SUMMIT 2013

Tuesday 7th May, 2013

4:00pm to 5:00pm (EST)

Speakers will present on the topics of education and training.

  • Creating Community in Massive Open Online Courses (Phylise Banner, American Public University System)
  • Helping Others Hone Their Skills (Ginny Redish, Redish & Associates, Inc.)
  • Preparing for Gamification (Marta Rauch, Oracle Corporation)
  • Teaching a College-Level Editing Class (Jonathan Arnett)
  • Teaching and Training with Global Virtual Teams (Pam Brewer)
  • Why Technical Writing Is Always About Training (Mary Knepper, Ryba Associates, Inc)
  • Using Mentoring Programs to Collaborate with Industry (Herb Smith, Southern Polytechnic State University)

About the speakers

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Phylise Banner

learning experience designer | avid angler | proud Amphicar owner | STS-133 mothership | Adobe ed leader | student pilot | KB2ZIL | @hubcurator bio from Twitter

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Ginny Redish

consultant specialist in usability, web writing, plain language, author of Letting Go of the Words -- Writing Web Content that Works bio from Twitter

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Marta Rauch

Mobile, wearable technnology, cloud, REST APIs, augmented reality, gamification, content strategy, UX, UA

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Pam Brewer

Associate Professor at Mercer University bio from LinkedIn

8 attendees

  • Kathryn Bender
  • Elizabeth Beech
  • Carol Anne Wall
  • Ginny Redish
  • Jill P. Viers
  • Marta Rauch
  • Pam Estes Brewer
  • Phylise Banner

3 trackers

  • Judith J. Isaacson
  • Laura Ruggeri
  • Laura Dent

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When

Time 4:00pm5:00pm EST

Date Tue 7th May 2013

Where

Regency V, Hyatt Regency Atlanta

Short URL

lanyrd.com/scfpky

Official event site

summit.stc.org

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  • Letting Go of the Words

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