Invitation to a webinar about collaboration on Confluence wiki

I’m presenting a session in a Scriptorium webinar about collaboration and technical documentation. The webinar is on Thursday 26 April 2012. (Actually, the date depends on your time zone. It’s Friday 27th April in Sydney.) The session is called “Collaboration: A hands-on demo using Confluence wiki“. Can you join Sarah O’Keefe and me? We’d love to have you there. 🙂

Part of the session is a hands-on demo, because I want to show you what it’s like to work on a wiki. The hands-on sections are interspersed with slides, so that we can discuss concepts and ideas too.

The webinar is free of charge. What’s more, you have a chance to win a copy of my book, Confluence, Tech Comm, Chocolate: A wiki as platform extraordinaire for technical communication.

Webinar details

Title: Collaboration: A hands-on demo using Confluence wiki.

Date and time:

  • Thursday, April 26th at 4:30 p.m. US Eastern time.
  • Thursday, April 26th at 1:30 p.m. in California.
  • Friday 27 April at 6:30 a.m. in Sydney, Australia.
  • Find the date and time in your part of the world. You can use the meeting planner at the World Time Server to compare times in different places. For example, here’s a link that compares the times in New York, California, Sydney and London.

Registration: Go to the Scriptorium webcast page.

Another Scribbly Gum tree

I’ve posted a few pictures of Scribbly Gums on this blog. They’re fascinating and beautiful. The name of the tree is similar to the name “Scriptorium”, which gives me some excuse for putting this picture here. And this time, unlike in my previous post about scary webinars, there’s no spider on the tree. 🙂

Scribbles made by larvae on a Scribbly Gum tree

About Sarah Maddox

Technical writer, author and blogger in Sydney

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