DITA in a Day Workshop Series

Subject: DITA in a Day Workshop Series
From: "ME Schutz, your Gentle Editor" <me -dot- schutz -at- juno -dot- com>
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Date: Mon, 29 Jun 2009 17:23:16 GMT

The STC Wisconsin, Four Lakes, and Twin Cities communities cooperatively present everything you need to know about DITA in July. Leigh White returns to the Midwest to share her DITA expertise. The workshops provide practical, hands-on experience to creating DITA modular,
reusable, structured documentation, and ways to assemble topics for different audiences and outputs.

Milwaukee, WI - Content Modeling Workshop on July 11th
Minneapolis, MN - DITA in a Day; Authoring on July 13th
Madison, WI - DITA in a Day; Authoring on July 15th
Milwaukee, WI - DITA in a Day; Production on July 18th

This is an extremely affordable event open to STC members , students, and non-members. For registration details, go to:


Seats are still available for the Madison, WI session.


Mary Ellen Schutz, your Gentle Editor
me -dot- schutz -at- GentleEditing -dot- net
Gentle Editing, LLC
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