Collaboration throughout the Organization: No Hacks Required
Join Stephani Clark and Jarod Sickler in this presentation as they discuss DITA collaboration between Technical Communicators and all other team members!
Presentation Session Description:
As Customer Success Managers at easyDITA, Stephani and Jarod work with a lot of technical communication teams and they’ve noticed a common thread: There’s a disconnect between technical communication teams and others in their organizations. This disconnect may be organizational or due to the different tools used by each team. Often, this gap is bridged by PDF. They’ve been working on a solution to make collaboration in DITA easy for all teams. Our new and improved collaboration system enables tech writers, engineers, and others to work in an environment reminiscent of Google Docs or Microsoft Word. In this interactive session, Stephani and Jarod plan to ensure you have some fun! Attendee’s of this presentation will create, review, and edit some content as a group. If you’d like to participate, please bring your computer and/or a sense of humor.
Stephani and Jarod’s Biographies:
Stephani Clark is a Customer Success Manager for easyDITA. She works to train and assist users of easyDITA’s software. Stephani also works on easyDITA’s information development team and spends about half her time creating technical documentation for the software.
Before she worked for easyDITA, Stephani spent over ten years working for her family’s energy efficiency company.
Stephani lives in Rochester with her husband, her one-year old son, and the family dog. When Stephani isn’t working, she’s usually spending time with her family, cooking, reading, traveling, or organizing anything and everything.
Jarod Sickler is a PhD candidate at the University of Rochester and part of the Information Development and Customer Success teams at Jorsek LLC, the makers of easyDITA.
View more about the conference speaker line-up on the SCHED page
This year’s conference is held from Sunday, March 25 through Tuesday, March 27 at the Rochester Institute of Technology.