Category Archive: Technical Writing

Jul 30

Award of Excellence in STC International Summit

I was pleased to learn that I received my second International Award for Excellence in Technical Communication from the Soceity for Technical Communication, together with one of Rambam’s graphic artists, Merav Greenzweig, of Studio Givat Ela. An entry that wins an award of Excellence consistently meets high standards in all areas. The entry might contain a …

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Jan 19

Award of Excellence in STC Chapter Competition

I was excited to learn yesterday that I have received an Award of Excellence in the STC Chapter Summit Competitions (Washington DC/Baltimore), together with Merav Greenzweig for our work on a booklet about the Atidim/Ofakim Research at Rambam Health Care Campus. A big thank you to the great team at Rambam that we worked with to …

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Jan 17

Review of My Presentation

On Sunday, January 13, I gave a presentation about work I do at Rambam Health Care Campus and shared more about the importance of this hospital for Northern Israel. The Elephant.org.il site is a central place for technical writers in Israel to network and share information. The elephant group also arranges meetings of general interest …

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Jan 31

Help System Receives an Award

A help system that I designed, Help for Accordance Bible Software for Version 9, received an award of Distinguished in the 2011 West Michigan Shores – Society for Technical Community Summit Awards competition. Because my entry won an award of Distinguished, the WMS chapter is automatically entering it  in the STC International Summit Awards competition. …

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Aug 23

English Editor: Rambam Hospital

As of August 14, 2011, I returned to Israel and am now working full time as the English Editor for several of their more critical public communications, including the new online Rambam Journal, the English website, and developing and editing documents for the R&D group. This marks a huge change in my career. I continue …

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