The ISTC Annual Survey Results for 2013 are out now.
The ISTC Survey of Technical Communicators 2013 has just finished and the results are now available to download or view one the Surveys page.
Please note that you have to log in to the members’ pages to be able to see the results.
FTI, the Swedish Association for Technical Communicators, is holding a conference on 13-14 March 2013 in Gothenburg, Sweden.
More details: Invitation to the FTI conference – March 2013.
The North West Regional group will be holding this event on Thursday 7th February at 7pm:
Speaker: Rachel Johnston
Description: Everyone in the tech comms community is talking about DITA and its benefits, but in practice, DITA adoption can be challenging. In this session we’ll be talking about the barriers to DITA adoption, how they can be overcome and the practical factors you need to consider before making the move.
Rachel has been a technical author for over ten years, working in a variety of settings from software to healthcare. In the last year she has joined Mekon as a consultant, advising clients on how they can use structured authoring tools and techniques to create, manage and share content more effectively.
Booking: Via Event Brite http://ditareality-es2.eventbrite.co.uk/
Location: MadLab Manchester, http://madlab.org.uk/content/north-west-technical-communicators-group-15/
Dates and topics for Cambridge Group meetings are on our group page and have been sent out on linkedin.
Building on the success of our second meeting back in November, the next ISTC meeting will be held on Thursday the 21st March.
The event is free and open to anyone interested in technical communications to talk about the latest news and trends in communication, and to meet other communication professionals.
Venue: Le Monde, George St. Front bar area by the entrance.
Please sign up for the event at http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/event/5294945324 to help us anticipate numbers.