This is the first time a Kachina Chapter president has used the new chapter blog to address its members. Blogs have been around since “weblog” was coined in 1997 by Jorn Barger, proprietor of the Robot Wisdom Weblog. (Source: “Digital History: A Guide to Gathering, Preserving, and Presenting the Past […]
At its awards luncheon on January 19, 2008, the New Mexico Kachina chapter announced winners in the 2007 Southwest Regional Publications, Art, and Online (PAO) Competitions. Top awards in the the competitions went to two teams from Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL).
In the Technical Publications Competition, Livermore won […]
Do you have a book in you, waiting to get published? Hear experienced authors talk about how to write a proposal, how to get an agent, how to self-publish. Sponsored by the Society for Technical Communication, this free panel, from 11 am to 12:30 pm on December 18th, 2004, features Ryan DeMares, who has worked […]
Watch out! Are there hidden hazards in your documents?
Leah Guren, an American technical communicator living in Israel, presents a lunch-hour seminar, from 11 to 12:30 on December 8th, 2004, explaining hazards, warnings, and error messages. The seminar, sponsored by the Kachina New Mexico Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication is free, but please […]
Do you want to save money by putting your training on the Web? Jane Smith, an expert on online courses, offers a one-day workshop, from 8:30 am to 5 pm, on Saturday, December 4th, 2004, on e-learning. Sponsored by the Society for Technical Communication, this workshop costs $35 for non-members, but it will be free […]
Wonder what Microsoft has up its sleeve? Thinking about how to provide information about your software, in that new operating system? Char James-Tanny, an expert on help systems, offers a lunch-hour seminar, 11 to 12:30 pm on November 10th, 2004, sponsored by the Kachina New Mexico Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication. Attendance is […]
Have you experienced the rite of passage of receiving your AARP membership card–because you are age fifty or older? Know someone who has? How many people in the audiences for which you write are fifty or older?
If you want to know more about communicating with older audiences, come to a free seminar by Dana […]
If you design web sites, and wonder whether or not to move up to Cascading Style Sheets, Char James-Tanny will tell you what you need to know, in a free two-part seminar from 11 am to 12:30, on September 15th and September 29th, 2004, sponsored by the Kachina New Mexico chapter of the Society for […]