Date(s) - 09/21/2021
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
About the Event
A lot of what we do as technical communicators is now a form of content management: building content in one form only to publish and deliver it to multiple others. This means that technical communicators are now facing the same challenges content strategists have faced for years: how to create, manage, govern, and deliver content to multiple audiences, often with limited tools and resources. From this talk, you’ll learn some of the techniques content strategists use to deal with these obstacles, including persona development, content modeling, and structured authoring.
This virtual talk will be on Tuesday, September 21 at 12pm, PDT. The talk is free, but registration is required.
Register to get your Zoom link and passcode to the meeting. Don’t miss out!
About the Speaker
Guiseppe Getto is an Associate Professor of Technical and Professional Communication at East Carolina University and is President and Founder of Content Garden, Inc. a UX and digital marketing firm. He consults with businesses and non-profits from a variety of industries who want to develop better content, better SEO, better user experiences, better writing, better designs, and better reach for their target customers, clients, and donors.
Guiseppe has taught at the college level for over fifteen years. During that time, he has also consulted and formed research and service-learning partnerships with many non-profits and businesses, from technical writing firms to homeless shelters to startups. He is also a poet. His first book, Familiar History, is currently available from Finishing Line Press. Read more about Guiseppe on his website here.
- Network with each other and learning about job opportunities.
- Announce chapter news.
- Learn from our guest speaker with room for a Q & A at the end.
- Have fun!
Join us virtually on Tuesday, September 21 at 12pm PDT.
How to join
You’ll need to register for this event. This is a FREE meeting, but donations are welcome upon registering. With registration, you will be sent a Zoom meeting URL and passcode to the email address with which you registered.
Video is optional but highly recommended.
Wearing earbuds or a headset is also highly recommended.