Conference at your desk?

Sarah O'Keefe / WebinarsLeave a Comment

Conference attendance is expensive and time-consuming. There’s the cost of the conference itself, the travel expenses, and the time away from work, just for starters. These costs are especially high if you live outside the United States and want to attend one of the big conferences, such as STC or WritersUA.

With this in mind, we are introducing TrackAccess–your ticket to conference presentations. Over the next year, we will offer a TrackAccess session approximately once a month. TrackAccess sessions are live webcasts, delivered via streaming audio and video.

Each webcast runs 60-90 minutes and costs only $19.95. To participate, you need a web browser and Flash. You’ll also need audio output through speakers or headphones to listen to the presenter (probably me). You can participate and ask questions via live chat; in some presentations, two-way audio may be enabled.

XML/XSL Technology Overview
January 13, 11 a.m. Eastern time, 60 minutes
In this session, you’ll learn about Extensible Markup Language (XML) and its companion technology, Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL). For individuals with little or no prior knowledge of XML.

Managing Implementation of Structured Authoring
February 3, 11 a.m. Eastern time, 90 minutes
This session will describe how to plan and manage the process of creating a structured authoring environment for your organization.

DITA: Is It Right for You?
February 21, 11 a.m. Eastern time, 60 minutes
This live webcast provides you with the information you need to make an informed decision about Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) implementation.

Register for a TrackAccess webcast

About the Author

Sarah O'Keefe


Content strategy consultant and founder of Scriptorium Publishing. Bilingual English-German, voracious reader, water sports, knitting, and college basketball (go Blue Devils!). Aversions to raw tomatoes, eggplant, and checked baggage.

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