Recycle your writing – workshops

STC-Montreal is hosting a full-day of workshops that focus on re-using your content. Here’s the story from the horse’s mouth:

Content and Form: Writing with Reuse in Mind
Writers of all types are called on every day to produce more content, for more audiences, often with declining budgets and staff. Yet, no matter  what business you work in, efficient and timely communication is crucial to your success. Content is a strategic business asset that needs to be treated as such.

Join us in Montreal on November 4 for a full-day workshop as we explore ways to help you get the most from your investment in content. Learn how planning and writing for reuse, streamlining your localization and internationalization processes, and using templates and technology can save your company time and money.

Topics and Speakers
This workshop presents four expert speakers on a variety of topics related
to content reuse.

  • Reusing and Improving Your Content with Pamela Kostur
  • Internationalizing Your Content with Lisa Pietrangeli
  • Implementing Reuse with Bryan Lynn
  • Following Form with Saul Carliner

For detailed descriptions of these presentations, see the event posting on the STC-Montreal Web site

Where & When

  • Thursday, November 4th: 9:30 a.m. until 5 p.m.
  • M.450 at the Grande Bibliothèque,
  • 475, boulevard De Maisonneuve Est
  • Metro Berri

Cost
STC/EAC members: $75
Mediaville Montreal members (including PWAC): $85
All others: $95
Prices are in Canadian dollars. Continental breakfast and lunch included.

To register, please go to the event listing on the STC-Montreal Web site.

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