EBSTC and the Berkeley chapter are planning a trip to the Bay Model on Saturday, June 3. Contact us if you are interested in joining us on this excursion. Patrick Lufkin, who is arranging the excursion, explains what is the Bay Model and its significance to technical communicators.
The Bay Model is a huge–several acres–working model of San Francisco Bay and the Delta, operated by the Corps of Engineers. Once a working scientific research tool, it is now primarily an educational site. It offers a unique experience that very few people in the Bay Area know anything about. We all live in the Bay Area and deal with the state’s water issues, and it behooves us to know more about them. Continue reading
A good technical writer provides services that go well beyond documentation.
Every business has silos: business groups that compartmentalize functions and information. Different silos often have different ideas and priorities – divergent visions that can impair a project
The technical writer’s unique role allows us to move above and beyond business silos. We can find those damaging disconnects and help businesses get their teams on the same page.
Join us to learn more about how you can bust your team’s silos and bring value to your project that no one else can.
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