Using Semantic Technology to Create Process-Driven Documentation

A session at Society for Technical Communication SUMMIT 2013

Monday 6th May, 2013

2:00pm to 3:00pm (EST)

Online documentation often requires users to search for information and interpret it within their context. This session demonstrates how, by using semantic technologies, instructions can be embedded in a process and made actionable, providing users the right information at the right time and making their actions reproducible.

Download the white paper on: http://info.beinformed.com/stc13

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Kees van Mansom

Kees van Mansom - Senior Information Architect - Product Marketeer - Pop Photographer

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23 attendees

  • Laurie Bennett
  • Cindy Pao
  • Kees van Mansom
  • Jay Rice
  • Jackie Damrau
  • Jennifer Shumate
  • Joel Meier
  • Johanne Lavallée
  • Kristi Leach
  • Larisa Dukes
  • Laurence Simon
  • McKenzie Zeiss
  • Melody Locke
  • Mills Davis
  • Nathalie Laroche
  • Nitza Hauser
  • Mirhonda Studevant
  • Roberta Heinlein
  • Sharmila Rammohan
  • Eric Shepherd
  • Sophia Helton
  • Michael Opsteegh
  • Viqui Dill

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  • antigone klima
  • Chris Hester
  • Jennifer Doubrava
  • Judith J. Isaacson
  • Rita Briody

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When

Time 2:00pm3:00pm EST

Date Mon 6th May 2013

Where

Hanover FG, Hyatt Regency Atlanta

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#smartdoc

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lanyrd.com/scfpgh

Official event site

summit.stc.org

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