Tuesday 2nd October, 2012
2:30pm to 5:00pm
Targeted at managers, authors, and editors working in – or interested in the challenges of – a global technology environment Nowadays, software is being developed in English all over the world. In a context where co-location is seen as a must, the technical authors writing the accompanying documentation commonly don’t have first-language proficiency in English. Similarly, English is frequently not the language of habitual use for the consumers of the documentation. These factors result in new challenges with respect to training of technical authors and documentation quality processes.
In this workshop, using exercises and examples, we look at what problems that can arise and what can be done to combat these problems, for example:
The session focuses particularly on linguistic aspects. Look forward to a practical session with exercises and lots of examples!
Managing Director of I.V. Solutions Ltd
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