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Writing Reusable Content to Support Content Models

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Presented by Pamela Kostur at Documentation and Training West, May 6-9, 2008 in Vancouver, BC...

Presented by Pamela Kostur at Documentation and Training West, May 6-9, 2008 in Vancouver, BC

Okay, so you have an content model -- a structure -- but now you have to figure out how to write the content that goes into that structure. How do you write content that will be usable and consistent, regardless of who is writing? This session shows you how to create consistent, reusable content to support your structures, and how to create writing guidelines that all authors can follow.

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    Writing Reusable Content to Support Content Models Writing Reusable Content to Support Content Models Presentation Transcript

    • Writing Reusable Content to Support Models Pamela Kostur Partner Parallax Communications
    • Welcome Issues with structure © Parallax Communications 2008
    • How to resolve issues Defining structure, identifying reuse Writing to the structure © Parallax Communications 2008
    • What are content models? Document the structure of your information products The components they contain How components are structured Where components are used © Parallax Communications 2008
    • What is structure? Shows how information products are put together Also refers to how content is written within that structure Ensures consistency whoever writes the information product or a part of it © Parallax Communications 2008