Has an STC live Web seminar caught your eye recently, but you weren’t able to join in when it was offered? Perhaps you couldn’t log in at work, had a deadline that day, or live in a timezone where you were sleeping during the webinar. Now there’s a solution! STC is offering recordings of our live Web seminars for sale, for only $19 for members and $59 for nonmembers. The current library includes most webinars presented earlier in the year, and new webinars will be added a few months after the live presentation. See the current library of offerings and purchase the recordings at any time on any computer!
To help us celebrate the addition of these $19 recorded webinars, we’re having a sale on our live Web seminars! Register for one of the three live Web seminars taking place over the next two weeks and get $19 off, bringing it down to just $40. Spend the money you saved on one of our recorded webinars if you’d like, or just hang on to the savings.
The on-sale webinars include Choosing an XML Standard: The Case for DocBook, presented by Richard Hamilton on Thursday, 1 November, from 4:00-5:00 PM EDT (GMT-4); How to Make Your Messages Stick, presented by Joe Staples on Tuesday, 6 November, from 10:00-11:00 AM EST (GMT-5); and Making Sense of It All: Analyzing Qualitative Data, presented by George Hayhoe and James Conklin on Thursday, 8 November, from 4:00-5:00 PM EDT (GMT-5).
Whether you want to take advantage of live Web seminars for interactive learning or prefer the convenience of recorded webinars viewed on your schedule, STC has you covered. And don’t forget about our library of over 70 free archived seminars available to members only, too!