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Thames Valley area group meeting 5th April 2016

The next meeting of the group will be held on Tuesday 5th April 2016 at The Plowden Arms, Shiplake from 7.30pm.  We will be having a presentation which will be an introduction to DITA and XML for beginners and all are welcome to attend.  If you would like to attend, please register via Eventbrite using this link

The organiser for this event is Darren Mitcham who may be contacted by email: thamesvalley_areagroup@istc.org.uk

MadSIG Meeting, Tuesday 19th April 2016, Ripley, Surrey

MadSIG will meet on Tuesday 19th April 2016 at the offices of 3di in Ripley, Surrey, from 7pm onwards. Coffee and cake will be available. There is also a local chippy too if anyone is interested.

We plan to watch one of the excellent MadCap webinars, “MadCap Analyzer:Your secret weapon for higher quality projects”, presented by Denise Pena.  You are sure to learn something new from this webinar. After the webinar, we’ll eat cake, chat around the topic and learn from each other.

Anyone who uses the MadCap authoring products or is interested in finding out more about them is welcome. You don’t need to be a member of the ISTC, so tell your colleagues!

If you’d like to come, please book your place on Eventbrite so we know you’re coming and how much cake to get.  Please book here

Thames Valley area group meeting – 1st March 2016

The meeting will be held at the Plowden Arms in Shiplake from 7.30 to 9.30 pm.  We will be looking at style guides so come along and bring your favourite style guide.

The meeting is free and open to all but please register your interest at Eventbrite using this link.

The organiser for this event is Darren Mitcham and he may be contacted by email:  thamesvalley_areagroup@istc.org.uk

 

SW England area group meeting – 9th March 2016

The next meeting of the SW England area group will be held on Wednesday 9th March 2016 at the George Inn, Bristol from 7.30 to 9.30 pm. Head upstairs to “Abbot’s Retreat”.

The general topic for discussion this time is “Technical Review” (that is, review/approval of content by subject matter experts). Some ideas to get you thinking:

  • What are the main difficulties you experience in this area, and what do you think are the main causes?
  • Have you tried anything unusual that has led to breakthroughs or pitfalls you can share?
  • What methods and tools do you use to track/improve the flow of information?
  • What practical steps can we take to prepare when outsourcing/off-shoring/globalisation/etc threaten existing processes?

All are welcome and if you would like to attend, please register using this link to Eventbrite.

The organiser for the event is Eric Weston and he may be contacted via email – southwest_areagroup@istc.org.uk

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