Conference and event season is here!

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Conference and event season is here! Connect with us at these upcoming events: 

Smarter content in weird places (webcast) 

September 16th at 1:00 p.m. ET

Smart content (intelligent content, XML) is used in technical content development to produce user guides, online help, web content and other technical publications. But we’re now seeing many other groups adopting smart content and pushing content out in creative ways.

In this webcast, you will:

  • Explore the impact smart content is making in groups outside technical communication.
  • See weird yet effective applications of this content.

Register for Smarter content in weird places. 

Generating slides from DITA content: Exploring the challenges (webcast)

September 21st at 1:00 p.m. ETcontent wrangler logo

Considering a DITA-to-PowerPoint conversion? Simon Bate joins Scott Abel, the Content Wrangler, for a presentation about pushing DITA content into PowerPoint.

Learn about considerations before attempting a DITA-to-PowerPoint conversion. Discover how to prepare your content for conversion and see some challenges you might face. 

Register through the Content Wrangler. 

Content as a Service: The backbone of modern content operations (webcast)

October 13th at 1:00 p.m. ET

Do you have complex content requirements? In this webcast, Divraj Singh of Adobe and Sarah O’Keefe will explore the concept of Content as a Service. 

In a CaaS system, the content consumer might be a human or a machine. Instead of publishing the content, you let the requestor decide what they need. If you have complex content requirements, especially in personalization or system integration, CaaS could help you by providing a way to disconnect content authoring, rendering, or delivery. 

Register for Content as a Service: The backbone of modern content operations.


October 24th–27th

LavaCon is a virtual content strategy conference. Watch great presentations and take part in fun networking sessions.

In our complex content world, ContentOps offers the promise of efficiency and automation. Is this something new or just a repackaging of existing ideas, like automated formatting, template-based authoring, and so on? Join Sarah O’Keefe on Wednesday, October 27th for her presentation ContentOps: Fad or future?

Gretyl Kinsey’s presentation, Content lifecycle challenges: Shifting to a culture of collaboration, will be available on-demand. Learn how to address content lifecycle challenges head-on and ensure a successful rollout of your content strategy. 

Scriptorium is a sponsor of this year’s conference. Register using the code “#TeamScriptorium” and get $100 off your conference tuition. 



About the Author

Elizabeth Patterson

Marketing and social media expert. Appalachian State alum. Dog mom and chocolate addict.

One Comment on “Conference and event season is here!”

  1. Elizabeth, thanks for posting the conference announcement, but please add your referral code? Your followers can get $100 off conference tuition using the referral code #Scriptorium

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