Topics and Types of Presentations


  • Methods and Approaches to Technical Documentation Development.
  • Project/Product Documentation (user and administrator manuals, release notes, API descriptions, etc.).
  • Creating and Managing Knowledge Bases, Content Creation.
  • Technical Writer Tools.
  • Types of Standards and Working According to Standards.
  • Application Localization.
  • UX Texts and UX Editing.
  • Documentation Quality Control.
  • Cross-functional Collaboration with Other Departments.
  • Hiring and Development, Training, Technical Writer Certification Programs, Professional Standards.
  • Copyright in the Work of a Technical Writer.

 If you don't see your subject area, you can propose it to the program committee.

The Types of Presentations

Regular Talks
The vast majority of presentations delivered at the Conference are regular talks. A Program Committee selects them on a competitive basis. There will be a 40-min timeslot (or 1.5 hr - two timeslots 40 min + 40 min) allocated for each presentation in the conference schedule. This timeslot includes time for both actual presentation and Q&A.

Lightning Talks
Short (about 15-20 min) talk related to the topic of the Conference or close to it, with a monitor/projector and notebook and/or a flip-chart use and felt-tip pens, or by word of mouth without using special means.

Practical training speech. Duration: 1.5 - 3 hours.

Round Tables
Expert discussion about a chosen subject with moderation (duration up to 1.5 hours). Positions are expressed by proponents and opponents.

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