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Competition Winners

2009-2010 Online Communication Competition Winners

STC WDCB 2009-2010 Competitions Best of Show RibbonSTC WDCB 2009-2010 Competitions Winner Ribbon

Congratulations to all the winners in the STC Washington, DC - Metro Baltimore Chapter Online Communication, Technical Art, and Technical Publications competitions!

Online Communication Statistics Award Breakdown
Total entries: 6
Total award winners: 5
Distinguished: 0
Excellence: 2
Merit: 3

Winners of the Distinguished Technical Communication Awards go on to the International Online Communication Competition (IOCC). Winners of the IOCC are presented at the STC Annual Conference in May.

Sadly, no Online Communication chapter winners won awards at the STC International Competition level this year.

Entry title Contributors Company
Best of Show
No award    
Distinguished Technical Communication
An entry that wins an award of Distinguished Technical Communication is clearly superior in all areas. The entry contains no major flaws and few, if any, minor flaws. It applies the principles of technical communication in an outstanding way, particularly the way that it anticipates and fulfills the needs of its audience.
No award    
An entry that wins an award of Excellence consistently meets high standards in all areas. The entry might contain a single major flaw or a few minor flaws. The entry demonstrates an exceptional understanding of technical communication principles.
Blackboard Learn Getting Started Suite Rachel Gottlieb, Blackboard Content Development Blackboard
FOSS News: Using Free and Open Source Software Mitch Wells, Annette Reilly Lockheed Martin
An entry that wins a Merit award consistently meets high standards in most areas. The entry might contain a small number of major or minor flaws, but it still applies technical communication principles in a highly proficient manner.
Blackboard Learn: Creating and Administering a Co-Production Environment Suzanne M. Larkins, Matthew Glenn Brady, Blackboard Content Development Blackboard
Blackboard Learn: Optimizing Blackboard Learn Deployments Suzanne M. Larkins, Stephen Feldman, Blackboard Content Development Blackboard
Retail Gift Card Lisa Schramm, Faith Sheppard-Tatrow, Julie O'Neill FIS
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