The Convergence of Technical Communication and Information Architecture: Creating Single-source Objects for Contemporary Media
Technical communicators play enhanced roles in professional environments as they work more and more with XML and single-source technologies. In this article, we shift from presenting ways to manage single-source objects for contemporary media (Mott and Ford 2007) to presenting ways to create single-source objects for contemporary media. We emphasize the tasks, skills, and tools required of technical communicators as they create these new documents.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Publication date: 2007-08-01
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