Instruction includes structured authoring, the DITA architecture, minimalism, topic-type recognition, reuse strategies, and re-authoring and optimizing free-form content into DITA structures as well as strategies for improving content for different audiences and learning types as well as optimizing content for specific information patterns. Detailed class description.
This class is a combination of lectures mixed with examples and hands-on exercises.
Previous Experience Required: No previous DITA experience necessary. Experience with XML authoring encouraged.
Software Required: DITA-enabled software. Attendees who have their own licensed copy of Arbortext Editor (or another authoring tool) ready and installed may use their own environment during the class. Attendees who do not already have DITA-enabled software must either get their own trial license or otherwise procure DITA-enabled software.
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