Live Webinar 7/22/2010 Content Development Standards are Ready. Are You?
Learning more about technical writing and how to implement it in a business is crucial for businesses of all sizes. When the discussion of technical writing arises, it helps to obtain as many facts as possible before making decisions about how technical writing can influence a business as well as how it can be implemented effectively.
Lionbridge is offering a one hour webinar on July 22, 2010 which will help to educate business managers and marketing employees. In doing so, businesses will learn when technical writing is necessary, how it is necessary and what steps need to be taken once a decision has been made.
When: Thursday July 22, 2010, 12:00PM – 1:00PM EDT
Industry: Information technology and services
Intended audience: Technical writers, documentation managers, authors, localization managers, product managers, vice presidents, CEOs, CIOs, CFOs, CTOs, marketing managers, directors of marketing, webmasters, globalization directors.
This one-hour live webcast will teach HR reps how to determine their organization’s needs and readiness if the organization is contemplating the move to a structured approach for writing and translating documentation.
Discussion points will include:
- The benefits of structured documentation
- Key considerations when evaluating a move to structured documentation
- Best practices for implementation
- Live question and answer session
Using the live question and answer session, attendees of the webinar can custom tailor the information to their needs and begin to see how technical writing not only influences them, but also how this specialized writing will allow for more structured documentation.
Attendees can register for the webinar: https://event.on24.com/eventRegistration/EventLobbyServlet?target=registration.jsp&eventid=215665&sessionid=1&key=DA687BC6CD4ACF6447578B3005B493F4&sourcepage=register”>here.
With more open source technologies available today, technical writing can be streamlined, but only when a company keeps up with new developments.