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SMEs and technical writers: a win-win relationship

comtechp7 (17 nov. 2015)

Manon Chaix, Caroline Halap, Aurélie Jugie July 2014 Abstract This paper focuses on the relationship between subject matter experts and technical writers, in the context of two software companies and an optical systems manufacturer. More specifically, this paper intends to highlight the added value ...

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Tools and methods to achieve consistency in technical documentation

comtechp7 (17 nov. 2015)

Fanny Bischoff, Emeline Picart, Carlie Rames July 2014 Abstract In technical documentation, content must be clear and consistent and visual layout as a whole must be uniform. Ensuring these principles makes it easier for the user to understand documentation and reinforces branding. This seems simple ...

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The impact of the digital enterprise on technical communication

comtechp7 (14 sept. 2016)

Sarah Consentino, Paul Desreux, Alexandre Dias Da Silva, Vincent Perrot Paris Diderot University, July 2016 Abstract The digital revolution has changed consumer behavior in the software industry, and digital organizations must keep up with all those changes to stay competitive. As a result, ...

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DITA: A universal solution?

comtechp7 (4 nov. 2015)

Marion L., Catherine S., Jean-Michel V.D.B., Laureen Z. July 2015 Abstract During the last few years, DITA has spread in many companies and sectors and is often considered as the “must have” tool for technical writing thanks to its flexibility and adaptability. However, does DITA really live up ...

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Master 2 research projects 2016: a taste of what's cooking!

comtechp7 (12 avr. 2016)

Master 2 CDMM students have been busy identifying their core research hypothesis, and studying existing literature. They are now kickstarting the research work with interviews, experiments, and further reading. Here are the questions that have all their attention this year: What is the role of the ...

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Controversy mapping, 3D animation, gaming: New media to transform education and cognitive experience

comtechp7 (17 nov. 2015)

Sandrine Guillaume, Samar Mansour, Mathilde Rémignon July 2014 Abstract This article aims at demonstrating how new media offer different ways of learning that fully involve learners. Controversy mapping, 3D animations and gaming make learners able to better express themselves and to progress at ...

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Gamification in e-learning: a game-changer?

comtechp7 (14 sept. 2016)

Gaylord CHESNAY, Sutarni RIESENMEY, Matthieu ROCHE Paris Diderot University, September 2016 Abstract According to the Oxford dictionary, gamification “is the application of typical elements of game playing”, such as point scoring, competition with others or rules of play, to other areas of ...

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Adapting Personal Learning Environments to the Workplace?

comtechp7 (5 oct. 2016)

Erika CABOUL, Nicolas CHLEFFER, Caroline VAISSIERE Paris Diderot University, July 2016 Abstract Personal Learning Environments (PLEs) have emerged in the higher educational field with the development of web 2.0 applications and tools. Their main features allow them to be particularly user-centric. ...

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Digitalization in professional learning and education

comtechp7 (5 oct. 2016)

Jennifer Frederic, Blandine Paulet, Manon Di Vozzo, Austeja Varvuolyte Paris Diderot University, July 2016 Abstract Nowadays, new technologies play a fundamental role in industrialized  societies and have become essential in everyday life. They also have a growing impact  on education and training ...

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The stakes of collaborative writing

comtechp7 (17 nov. 2015)

Simon Saint-Georges, Chloé Jaouen July 2013 Abstract The arrival of Web 2.0 has changed the ways of working, especially for writers. A wide range of tools now exists, enabling different people to participate in the writing of one single document and introducing new methods of work within teams. ...

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