University of Wisconsin SGML courses

Subject: University of Wisconsin SGML courses
From: Dick Vacca <rpvacca -at- FACSTAFF -dot- WISC -dot- EDU>
Date: Wed, 24 May 1995 08:44:40 -0500

The University of Wisconsin's Department of Engineering Professional
Development will be running two SGML programs in June in Madison,
Wisconsin. Please redistribute this announcement as appropriate.

Creating Structured Documents
June 15-16

This two-day entry-level course is directed at publications staffs in
organizations that produce manuals, catalogs, and online documentation. The
course assumes no previous experience with SGML. It explores structured
documents, SGML, and the attendant new work processes they introduce. Key
focus areas include SGML assessment, document analysis techniques, and
migration to SGML. The instructor is technical publishing consultant
Liora Alschuler.

Implementing an SGML Publishing System
June 20-23

This four-day advanced course is aimed at SGML implementors including
analysts, programmers, format developers, and managers of SGML
implementation efforts, or managers responsible for developing corporate
documentation. Some familiarity with SGML is strongly recommended. Focus
areas include document analysis, DTD development, SGML constructs, document
database development, and conversion and migration issues. The instructors
are Dale Waldt, Data Development Manager at Thomson Professional
Publishing, and Brian Travis, President of the SGML consulting group
Information Architects, Inc.

For further information on these programs, contact Dick Vacca at the
University of Wisconsin (608-262-4341, rpvacca -at- facstaff -dot- wisc -dot- edu).

The University of Wisconsin will also sponsor a live satellite broadcast of
a condensed version of Implementing an SGML Publishing System via NTU
(course code: MC95061901). The two-part broadcast runs on Monday June 19
and Monday June 26 from 11am to 5pm Eastern Daylight Time. For more
information, contact your site coordinator or call NTU at 303-495-6425.

--Dick Vacca
608-262-4341
608-263-3160 (fax)
rpvacca -at- facstaff -dot- wisc -dot- edu


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