2010 STC Technical Communication Summit

May
01

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
01

STC Body of Knowledge Update

The STC Technical Communication Body of Knowledge (TCBOK) Task Force is developing a web portal for people interested in learning about technical communication. The TCBOK is a repository of (and way to navigate and access) the huge amount of knowledge in the technical communication profession. Attend this session to hear the status of the TCBOK, […]

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May
01

Designing for Collaboration: Managing Projects with a Wiki

This session will demonstrate — live — how to quickly structure, populate, and manage your documentation projects with a wiki. Stop the email/spreadsheet madness and start collaborating effectively.

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May
01

Using Twitter to Enhance Your Organization”s Communication

Twitter has become a necessity in the support community. Attend this session on the ins and outs of using Twitter in a support environment. Learn how the use of Twitter aggregator can spread the work through your organization and save resources.

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May
01

Managing Documentation Projects in a Collaborative World

Two trends, community-based authoring and Agile, are revamping the way we manage documentation projects. Fortunately, these trends share much in common. Content strategy emerges as an important new discipline.

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