Webinar recording of the changing nature of technical content

STC France-TCeurope has published a recording of Ellis’ webinar presentation on the changing nature of technical content. The presentation lasted 50 minutes, followed by 10 minutes of questions and answers: Webinar recording of the changing nature of technical content

TCeurope webinar: The changing nature of User Assistance content​

Next week, Ellis will be presenting an updated version of his presentation on the changing nature of User Assistance content​. This webinar is part of the TCeurope 2015 Colloquium. TCeurope is a European society bringing together six technical communication societies. We’ll explore whether the common technical communication practices, which were established and have remained essentially unchanged since the… Read more »

Our Webinar in August will be: From Technical Communication to Content Strategy

MadCap Software has asked me to present, as a webinar, one of my conference presentations from the  MadWorld 2014 conference – Bust a Move: From Technical Communication to Content Strategy. In this webinar, we’ll look at how technical communicators can get more involved in corporate content strategy. We’ll look at why they might want to do… Read more »

Towards an Agile authoring methodology – webinar recording

You can now watch the recording of our webinar on “Towards an Agile authoring methodology”, via Adobe’s website. Agile development is a way of managing IT development teams and projects that creates new challenges for those involved in providing User Assistance for those products. See: Towards an Agile authoring methodology webinar recording  

Changing nature of content free webinar: registration now open

Registration for our upcoming free webinar, “The changing nature of content”, is now open on the Adobe online events Web page. You’re welcome to join us at 7pm (GMT+1) on 24th April 2013. In recent years, technical communicators have focused on improving User Assistance through new technologies and systems, with the assumption that the nature of the content… Read more »