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Follow the links below for a quick overview of TechCommNZ activities and services.
What does lifelong learning look like for Trevor Keohane? Before it was a phrase being bandied around, Trevor had stumbled upon colleagues being sponsored to complete additional university papers. Spurred on by this, but with a young family and the web in its infancy, there were limited opportunities for him to get involved in further study. Fast forward to the new Christchurch, an empty nest, and the advent of various online resources and local groups; the opportunities for learning appear to be boundless.
26/11/2019 | Christchurch | read more...
Wellington Branch Event: From TL:DR to RTFM - overcoming audience reluctance (conference talk) and end-of-year celebration
Fresh from speaking at the TechCommNZ conference, Emily Cotlier examines a burning issue for all of us - why aren’t people reading what we write, and what can we do about it?
27/11/2019 | Wellington | read more...
Swapnil Ogale is a content mover and shaker across the Tasman – he started the Australian chapter of Write The Docs and organises meet ups and conferences under that banner along with his day job. He’s got a ton of experience and we’re thrilled to welcome him to Tauranga.
Swapnil believes we can make our content sustainable by reducing content waste, creating maximum impact and emphasising longevity and relevance.
Thank goodness he’s got some ideas because let’s face it, most of us find the content landscape constantly changing. New technology and the changing expectations of users challenge us to find new ways of doing our jobs.
5:11 PM, 19 August 2019 | read more...