Technical writing differs from other forms of writing. Its aim is generally to provide instruction about a subject to help users solve problems. Because technical writing has such a unique, defined goal, good technical writing adheres to specific guidelines. Here we look at some of the most important things to avoid when writing technical documents.
Translation has been around for a long time—almost as long as written language has been. And up until the middle of the 20th century, when the first machine translations began, all translations were carried out by humans alone. Today, a wealth of translation tools are available, from fully-automated machine translation software to websites, systems, and […]
When most of us think of eLearning, or online learning, we think online degrees and à la carte course offerings from higher education institutions. But eLearning is not just for the stay-at-home student anymore. More and more businesses are now integrating eLearning tools into their employee training. Why the switch? How does eLearning stack up […]