Presentation slides from TCUK 2016, by kind permission of the respective presenters.
The theme for TCUK 2016 was From Novice to Expert – Writing Your Career Path as a Technical Communicator.
For an overview of the complete programme for TCUK 2016, see Conference Programme TCUK 2016.
- Simon Anstey: Eliminating Support Incidents (PPTX)
- Irit Arkin: Advanced Interrogation Techniques: Getting information out of engineers
- Graeme Dowdell: System safety and the Technical Author (PPTX)
- Louise Fahey: Mapping your path in tech comms: Surviving the early years (PPTX) (Also on Slideshare: slides only or slides with notes)
- Madhu G: Technical Writing and Instructional Design: A great confluence! (PPTX)
- John Garison: Making Agile Work for YOU (PDF)
- Ray Gallon: Let Us Say “Yes” to Our Presence Together in Chaos! (PDF)
- Liz Gregory: A three-eighths Gripley by any other name (see also: terminology management for technical authors) (PPTX)
- Chris Hester: Be the Captain of Your Career (PDF)
- Chris Hester: From Paperweight to Conversation Piece (PDF)
- Chris Hester: You’ve got style, darlings (PDF)
- George Lewis: DevOps Documentation: Managing documentation in a shared ownership environment (PPTX)
- Darren Mitcham: It all started with BS 4884: The courses, colleagues, and copy that characterised my 20 year career as a technical author (PPTX)
- Ellis Pratt: ISTC presentation – The Institute of Scientific and Technical Communicators
- Ellis Pratt: Moving into API documentation writing
- Troy Stein: What do Viewers of Video Really Want? Survey research 2013 & 2016 (PPTX)
- Glyn Turk: What’s right for me, permanent or contract? (PPTX)
- Erin Vang: Where Do Tech Comms Managers Come From? (PDF)
- Leanne Visser: And… Action! How to get started with creating instructional videos on a budget (PPTX)
- Adrian Warman: From what was, to what might be. Matching career and practice trajectories. (PDF)