The full 2017 schedule is now available. Please note that the Sunday Preconference Workshops have an additional registration fee. Download a PDF version of the schedule here.
Concurrent Education sessions are highlighted by both session type and experience level to help you better plan your conference experience. Because sessions will not be recorded for the Summit Playback this year, make sure to choose sessions that best fir your Summit goals.
- Foundation: The content is introductory (for example, “101 level”) and suitable for all skill or knowledge levels. Beginner to 3 years of experience.
- Practitioner: Attendees are proficient with the topic, but will learn new and challenging material. 3 to 7+ years of experience.
- Expert: The material is suitable for attendees who have advanced knowledge or job responsibilities (such as supervisor or manager). 10+ years of experience.
Presentations provide attendees an overview of the title topic. A presentation can be a case study, research report, demonstration, or informational session about a topic of interest. Presentations usually include slides and/or handouts, and many presenters offer audience participation or a Q&A at the end.
- Training Solution
A training solution is a practical, solution-focused presentation that is interactive and audience-engaging. The talk can highlight and demonstrate how to solve a problem and will give attendees an opportunity to participate through facilitated discussion about the topic and solution.
- Spotlight Talk
During a 50-minute moderated session, 2 spotlight talks will be presented back-to-back with complementary or contrasting topics focused on timely tech comm topics. Each speaker will talk for 20 minutes and then there will be approximately 10 minutes at the end of the session for questions to both speakers.
View the STC Summit 2017 schedule & directory.