• 30 Nov 2016
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Canton Public Library, 786 Washington Street, Canton, MA


  • Full-time students in a degree program.
  • A guest who is not currently a member of the Society for Technical Communication.
  • A guest who is currently a member of the Society for Technical Communication.

Registration is closed

For the past 20 years, our field was in a transition from traditional technical manuals to various types of content deployed to the Web. Now that we find ourselves in a new environment, how can we manage digital content as effectively as possible? Come for a good discussion of what our field has been through and share your thoughts about where we're headed. 

Every tech pubs shop is different, and every project is different. In the digital publication model, we can still identify elements or practices common to all projects, and to all successful shops. 

Steven Greffenius will share war stories on the successes and pitfalls of the transition from the traditional technical publication model to digital publication for the Web. He will draw lessons from those on how to move forward.

*Food will be provided at the event* 

Registration closes on Monday, November 28th. If you would like to attend after registration closes, please email Paul Duarte, Vice President, at paulduarte@stcnewengland.org

About the Presenter

For nearly twenty years, Steven Greffenius has worked with customers, software developers, engineers, scientists and system administrators in the Greater Boston area to help communicate complex information about their products and services. 

Steven runs Puzzle Mountain Digital, a consulting firm that works with clients to provide solutions for technical communication projects and needs. He has also written numerous articles on technical communication, and elements of technical documentation. His latest book, published this year, is RTFM: Practical Advice for Smart Writers.

Steven received his bachelor's degree in history from Reed College, and a Ph.D in political science from the University of Iowa. He served in the United States Navy, in the Western Pacific.


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