Our article on moving classroom training online

With the COVID-19 lockdown, many organisations have had to stop providing classroom-based training. As the restrictions are loosened, will it come back? Will it be as popular and as common as it has been in the past? Here is a link to a PDF copy of an article Ellis wrote for the latest edition of… Read more »

We’re presenting a breakfast webinar on 2nd July

Ellis will be presenting a webinar, in conjunction with tekom Österreich (Austria), on 2nd July, 09:45 – 10:45 CEST: Virtual Experts’ Breakfast: Online-Collaboration In Technical Writing “The global pandemic, caused by the Corona virus, has given a real turbo boost to the issue of digitalization and the use of modern technologies. Due to extensive restrictions,… Read more »

Podcast 89: The end of corporate classroom training?

With the Covid-19 lockdown, corporate classroom training has had to stop. But will it come back? In this podcast episode, we look at: Do we need classroom training? How Google is converting its technical writing for developers classroom course to an online format How we are approaching the conversion of our classroom courses What others… Read more »

Podcast 86: Covid-19 The future for organisations and for technical communication

The COVID-19 coronavirus is having a huge impact on people and organisations. With so many things that could be about to change, how should technical communicators respond? In this episode of the Cherryleaf Podcast we look at: How organisations might change during and after the Covid-19 lockdown What that means for technical communication Comments made… Read more »

Podcast 85: Sara Feldman on how the writing in technical writing needs to evolve

In this episode of the Cherryleaf Podcast, we talk to Sara Feldman about how the writing in technical writing needs to evolve. We discuss: The driving forces that are impacting our audience’s context in ways we need to account for in how we write Things to do more Things to do less Customer-focused delivery