|Through the Generations: The Enduring Value of Technical Communication|
Friday, March 26, 2021 at 7:00pm EST
Students preparing for a technical communication career have chosen a profession that matters. Over the years, though, the phenomenal changes in our roles have raised questions about the value that our work can and will provide. In this presentation, Lori will look at the impact of three critical areas on our roles, our profession, and our contributions.
This Friday, our general body meeting will feature a special guest with more than 25 years of experience. Listen to Lori Meyer speak about her career in technical communication and touch upon topics like user advocacy, quality and innovation, and generational identities. Don’t miss out on a professional’s expertise!
Here is the link to the Zoom meeting: https://ucf.zoom.us/j/97514670899
Networking begins at 7:00pm, and the presentation will begin at 7:15pm. Following the presentation, there will be a brief time for Q&A. Attendance is free and no RSVP is required.
We hope to see you there!
— Future Technical Communicators
Lori Meyer is a technical communicator with more than 25 years of experience designing, writing, and editing software documentation and online user assistance. She started her career as a technical editor and is currently the lead writer at a cybersecurity firm in northern California. She has an MS degree in instructional technology.
Lori is a member and volunteer for several STC communities. She currently serves as president of the Rochester Chapter, secretary of the Florida Chapter, membership manager of the Instructional Design and Learning Community of Practice, social media volunteer for the Technical Editing Community of Practice, and director at large for the Washington DC-Baltimore and Philadelphia Metro chapters. Lori also serves as an ad-hoc member of the STC Community Affairs Committee. In 2015, Lori was named an STC Fellow.