Share this blog!
I am a Top 200 Recognized Content Strategist!
Advertise on TechComm GeekMom!Do you have a business or product related to techcomm, e-learning or m-learning that you'd like to post here? Let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Music is the ultimate single-sourcing resource. Here's why. wp.me/p2hiSW-1zv #techcomm #contentstrategy #digitalmarketing 2 hours ago
- RT @TCUK_conf: If you are not at the great #techcomm conference in Nottingham this week, follow the #tcuk17 hashtag to see what's happenin… 3 hours ago
- Here's why music is the ultimate single-sourcing resource. wp.me/p2hiSW-1zv #techcomm #contentstrategy #digitalmarketing 22 hours ago
Category Archives: Uncategorized
To me, there is no debate for bright people who want more control over how and where they work. Remote workers win every time. And the statistics prove it. Source: Remote Workers vs. Office Workers | LinkedIn My STC-PMC friend, … Continue reading
Here are best practices from eLearning experts on how to choose the best LMS platform that would help business owners make the best eLearning decisions . Source: 7 eLearning Experts Share Tips on How to Choose the Best Learning Management … Continue reading
Artificial Intelligence and Chatbots in Technical Communication – A Primer – How to Create and Deliver
Source: Artificial Intelligence and Chatbots in Technical Communication – A Primer – How to Create and Deliver Ellis Pratt wrote this excellent article and primer for writing for chatbots that’s worth the read. Ellis has pointed out correctly that chatbots … Continue reading
3 days. 21 sessions. Tune in to the world’s biggest DITA Event, October 10–12, 2017. Source: Adobe DITA World 2017 – Adobe DITA World 2017 – The DITA Online Conference | Adobe Events Adobe is sponsoring the biggest DITA event … Continue reading
Elizabeth Fraley runs Single-Sourcing Solutions in Sunnyvale, Ca. We geek out about the history of structured authoring, how her opinions have changed in 17 years of technical writing, and how many books a year are too many to read. Mentioned … Continue reading