Structured Writing Practices to Improve Cognition for Both Man and Machines

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Rob Hanna

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The future of technical communication demands greater precision, knowledge, and discipline in how we create content across an omnichannel universe. It also requires better collaborative writing practices that will meet the need for faster delivery of information. The precision we require involves working with more granular content containing richer metadata. The topic becomes a container for these blocks of reusable content. Each block of content is written to evoke the intended reader response for that content. While these smaller blocks of content require more discipline, they are ultimately easier to write as they are more tightly focused on the need for that information. Join Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and his special guest, Rob Hanna, President at Precision Content Authoring Services, for this free one-hour session. Rob will look at some of the writing and analysis techniques they use at Precision Content to enable content for both the present and future—man and machine. Attendees will learn to see content differently from the perspective of: –Language Arts for Information vs. Language Arts for Personal Response –Four cognitive principles for analyzing and organizing information for better comprehension, and –Information typing and how it relates to defining the intended reader response for that content.
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