From Classroom to Manufacturing Floor
June 25, 2020 – Join us as Amanda Patterson shares her Summit 2020 presentation and impressions of STC’s first completely online Summit Conference. In this presentation, Amanda walks through the process she used to create an error identification and editing management system geared for a one-person doc shop. The objective was to create a system in which a single technical writer could efficiently and effectively manage several large-scale projects in different phases of completion, accurately and statistically report out metrics supported documentation progress, and get meaningful feedback about content and usability of the documentation.
- How to create and tailor error identification systems
- Example criteria with weighting and scaling
Open discussion following the formal presentation will address the STC Summit experience for both presenters and attendees.
Date: Thursday, June 25, 2020
Time: 1:30pm to 3:00pm
Location: Virtual! You will receive an email with a WebEx link within 24 hours prior to the event. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Amanda has been in technical communications for five years, specializing in manufacturing and machine building documentation for automated assembly lines. While working on her PhD, Amanda spent several years teaching technical, professional, and general writing. She has recently joined Hunter Douglas as the Technical Communication Associate Manager and looks forward to mentoring other tech writers and advancing the program into the future by applying cutting edge technology and software theory to tech comm practice.
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