10,000 downloads :-)

Just before the release of Episode 50 of the Cherryleaf Podcast (a podcast on becoming a better technical and business communicator), we saw our 10,000th download. According to LibSyn, the median podcast episode on their platform gets roughly 200 downloads. So we’re average! Most of our listenership comes, we suspect, by word of mouth or… Read more »

Podcast 50: The Mathspeak project

For Episode 50 of the Cherryleaf Podcast, we talk to Tony Grice about the Mathspeak project. The Mathspeak project is a partnership between European educational practitioners and the creators of educational materials. Funded by the European Commission, the objective of the Mathspeak project is to produce a language learning resource for secondary school students. The learning materials… Read more »

Two mobile apps of interest

Here’s a couple of mobile apps that might interest you. SoundNote (IoS) SoundNote tracks what you type and draw while recording audio. When you are playing back your recording, if you tap a word, SoundNote will jump straight to that point in the audio. You can share your text, drawings, and audio notes via email,… Read more »

Registration is now open for our first policies and procedures course in 2019

Registration for the next public policies and procedures writing course is now open. This course will be held on Tuesday 22 January 2019 in central London (WC2R). Learn how to create clear and effective policies and procedures on our popular one day course. See: Policies and procedures writing course Tuesday 22 January 2019

Improving the Technical Author/technical writing training course

We were told last month that the ISTC has renewed the accreditation of our Technical Author/technical writing training course. As part of the accreditation process, the course is reviewed every two years by a panel, who provide feedback on the course. However, to our embarrassment, the reviewers mentioned we’d misspelt two of words that appear in… Read more »