Sharing content across the enterprise
Can you easily find content created by other teams? Is content consistently structured across the enterprise? Do you have a common content lifecycle management strategy? If you answered “no” to any of these questions, then join us for our discussion on using content collections to share content. Content collections are libraries of organized, labeled, source content units that are accessible by the appropriate people. Let’s talk about strategies to create and share the right content in your organization.
What can the audience expect to learn?
In this presentation, Amber will explain how to:
- Identify the requirements for the collection
- Determine the collection scope
- Collaborate with other stakeholders to build and manage the collection
Meet the presenter
Amber Swope is an internationally-recognized expert on the Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) who specializes in helping teams develop their information architecture and implement DITA. With over 20 years of experience in the information development field and 12 years of DITA expertise, Amber helps teams design and optimize their environments to improve efficiency and reduce costs. When she’s not busy helping to change the world with XML, she can be found playing soccer, walking her puppster, and enjoying Portland, OR.