Project completion: The Mathspeak project

Customer confidentiality and NDAs mean that we’re rarely able to announce the completion of a project. So we’re delighted we’re able to do this for the Mathspeak project. About the project The Mathspeak project aims to provide non-native language speaking students with the means by which they can do maths better. When students study mathematics… Read more »

Society for Technical Communication becomes an affiliate partner for Cherryleaf’s technical writing course

We’re delighted the Society for Technical Communication has become an affiliate partner for Cherryleaf’s Technical Author/Technical Writing course. The Society for Technical Communication is the world’s largest and oldest professional association dedicated to the advancement of the field of technical communication. The Society’s members span the field of the technical communication profession from students and… Read more »

Changes at Cherryleaf in light of Covid19 Coronavirus

When we made our predictions for 2020, and said there could be a major geopolitical event to deal with, we didn’t expect something as terrible as the Coronavirus. We hope everyone stays healthy. That’s the main thing that matters. There are some changes at Cherryleaf relating to the services we offer: Our e-learning courses We’ve… Read more »

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 »

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 »