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In pursuit of the ultimate techCom information architecture

How Can We Help Users Judge the Relevance of Content?

It’s not difficult to find information— just open a user manual or search on Google. What users find difficult, is assessing whether the found information is relevant. Learn how to better support users in making accurate relevance judgments by designing your content for enhanced findability.

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Free Webinar - Mark Baker & "Information Architecture From The Bottom Up"

Location: 
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7088196684359711489
Date: 
9 Feb 2015 - 09:00 - 09:30
Event Type: 
Webinar

WEBINAR | Publish relevant, searchable content to the web in minutes using FrameMaker and Word with no CCMS required

Location: 
https://stiloevents.webex.com/stiloevents/onstage/g.php?MTID=e80bca4fb78191029aa038c1ae8d17273
Date: 
27 Jan 2015 - 09:00 - 10:00
Stilo DITA Knowledge Series
Event Type: 
Webinar

DITA Getting Started

Location: 
Santa Clara, CA
Date: 
27 Jan 2015 - 08:30 - 28 Jan 2015 - 04:30
Event Type: 
Training Class

In pursuit of the ultimate techCom information architecture

Can Tech Writers Create Links without Even Writing Them?

This article discusses why links are important, and how technical communicators can make them without actually explicitly writing them.

The technical communication community has come to the agreement that creating a link strategy, and the actual links, is a time consuming affair.

In this article I show how links can be generated from content classification (that is, lists of metadata —taxonomies — used to classify content). 

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