Below is a transcript of our podcast episode Topic-based writing: what is it, and why should I care? : Hello and welcome to the Cherryleaf Podcast. In this episode we’re going to look at topic-based authoring.
Category: single sourcing
The content management and single sourcing challenges for the UK Parliament: I understand Queen’s speech delayed bc it has to be written on goat’s skin. That takes a week 1/2 — Nicholas Watt (@nicholaswatt) June 12, 2017 However, all is not quite what it seems: “Just when you thought Goatgate had been cleared up, along… Read more »
The Guardian has an article today called “Teachers and parents criticise ‘robotic’ software-generated school reports“. It explains teachers are finding report writing software isn’t meeting their needs: “It often frustrated as none of the options would quite capture what he wanted to say about a child and the end product was never satisfactory.” It states, as… Read more »
Yesterday we released our latest elearning training course – single sourcing and content reuse. This online training course teaches the basic skills in single sourcing and writing content for reuse. The ten learning modules in this course contain videos of the trainer with supporting slides and images. The course includes exercises for the delegates to complete… Read more »
Mike Atherton, Lead Instructor at General Assembly London, tweeted a link to a 2011interview with Ted Nelson on the future of text, document abstraction and transclusion. Ted Nelson is one of the pioneers of information technology. He has been credited as being the first person to use the words hypertext and hypermedia (although he denies this), transclusion and… Read more »