A presentation given by Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and Sean Healy, Wild Basin Media at the Society for Technical Communication Summit, May 5, 2009 in Atlanta, GA. Technical communicators have been recombining small chunks of text to create multiple deliverables for years. But, as consumer expectations shift away from text-only content and toward video training and documentation, shouldn't we be creating and delivering multiple video deliverables? And, if video documentation is the wave of the future, can we use our existing content standards to make it happen? The answer is "Yes!" And, it can be done today, with the help of the Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA). The slide deck does not include the second portion of the conference presentation, a demonstration of a proof-of-concept tool developed by Wild basin media. Learn more: http://wildbasinmedia.com/
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