Invitation to webinar – Wiki: what works and what hurts
TCANZ, the Technical Communicators Association of New Zealand, will host a webinar on 25th/26th of June, at which I’ll present a session called “Wiki-based documentation: What works and what hurts“. I’d love it if you could join us.
The webinar is a live, online presentation. We’ll see social and collaborative documentation in action, on the Atlassian documentation wiki.
What’s the aim of this webinar?
I’ll show you what’s great about technical communication on a wiki.
But you’ve probably heard a lot about that already, from me and other wiki technical writers. So I’d also like to talk about the aspects of wiki-based documentation that are more tricky, and share some hints about what our technical writing team is doing about those areas.
The TCANZ webinar page has more details about the content of the session.
Date, time and registration
If you’re in the Asia-Pacific region like me, you’ll be delighted to know that this webinar happens at a civilised time of day for us.
Date: Tuesday 26th June 2012 (which is Monday 25th June in some parts of the world)
Time: 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday 26th June in New Zealand
9:00 a.m. on Tuesday 26th June in Sydney
4 p.m. on Monday 26th June in California
7 p.m. on Monday 26th June in New York
You can use the WorldTimeServer to see the time in your own time zone.
Fee and registration: See the TCANZ webinar page.