Writing and Editing

May
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BUILDING VISUAL EXPLANATIONS: PRACTICAL ADVICE FOR WRITERS

Visual explanations are powerful tools because they invite audiences into topics and help them understand and remember complex ideas. What steps can a writer follow to develop engaging and effective visual explanations?

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May
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EXAMINING ERROR IN THE TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION EDITING TEST

This presentation examines the popular topic of usage error by quantifying the types and frequencies of errors found in 41 editing tests used to screen prospective technical writers and editors. Results can improve the effectiveness of the editing test as well as improve error instruction at universities.

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May
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GETTING YOUR DOCUMENTATION PROJECT OFF THE GROUND RUNNING

In this session, you’ll learn how to quickly size-up a software application to develop your project architecture, then use a pre-defined topic structure to create content. These skills and guidelines will substantially reduce your “time to writing,” as well as writing time. Result: your project completed faster, with less rework.

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May
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HOW TO WRITE CONTRACTS/LETTERS OF AGREEMENT

An agreement should include far more than just the scope of the project. Attend this session to see what critical information might be missing in your agreements.

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May
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TEN TIPS FOR TASTIER TASKS

Are your procedures really dull? Do users ignore them? Do you suspect that there is room for improvement? This session covers best practices for writing effective, intuitive procedures

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