Technical Communicators and Information Developers
Come along and hear Rob Grover talk about the SCIRT (Stronger Christchurch Infrastructure Rebuild Team) Learning Legacy project - a website that SCIRT is developing to collate all of the learning that has occurred throughout the SCIRT lifecycle, and make it accessible to future users.
29/10/2014 | Christchurch | more info...
Living in a multilingual society in New Zealand, and overall globalisation means communicators are increasingly facing the challenge of providing and managing multilingual materials.
06/11/2014 | Wellington | more info...
TCANZ President, Steve Moss, talks about change in technology and business, and closer to home.
There will be a very special guest at the annual TCANZ Conference in Christchurch on 13-14 October. TCANZ will be bestowing its very first lifetime Honorary Fellowship on broadcaster, self-confessed neophile (Google it), and technical communicator extraordinaire – Simon Morton.
Author-it has been a TCANZ supporter for many years and a conference sponsor since 2001. Author-it has also donated licences to TCANZ so we can use its Cloud-based authoring solutions to host and share our Operations Manual.
Are you a technical writer or a technical communicator? Dr Daniel Moody says you should think of yourself as the latter – and not limit yourself just to words.
It’s vital for technical communicators to think visually, he says, and in a recent TCANZ webinar he explained how to make sure you present the right information in the right format for the right audience.
3:27 PM, 3 October 2014 | read more...