TCANZ in March 2014

Here is our monthly round up of TCANZ events around New Zealand.

First, a reminder that we are still accepting proposals for the TCANZ Conference, October 13 – 15, Christchurch.  The TCANZ board is meeting in Wellington on March 23rd, working to finalize the conference, and we hope to have some great proposals to review.

  • ChristchurchNarration in eLearning – Presented by Cathy Gillespie. Cathy has a wealth of eLearning experience, and is currently Project Manager of the SCIRT Learning Legacy project. SCIRT (Stronger Christchurch Infrastructure Rebuild Team) is rebuilding the city’s earthquake damaged roads, fresh water, wastewater and stormwater networks.
  • AucklandPersuasive Communication: How to Make a Difference – Presented by Heather Grace. Heather Grace is an experienced training facilitator and business coach who has worked in a variety of professional roles in the technology sector. She has particular experience in running businesses involved in IT, Professional Engineering Services and the Sciences.
  • WellingtonPub Night! – Courtesy of Wellington branch organiser Bekah Neal, “There’s no agenda for the evening, but to ensure some interesting conversations, bring along a TC story to share. It’s not usually a funny topic, but you may have some unusual jobs or experiences to share.”
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About Emily Cotlier
Emily Cotlier
Emily Cotlier is a senior technical and web communicator. Her more unusual assignments have included writing about the New Zealand launch of Viagra, editing academic papers about meat-cutting robots, and documenting the technology that enabled the mid-2000’s launch of pomegranate-juice products in the United States. She is an expert user of single-sourcing tools, particularly the MadCap Software suite, and of Wordpress. She is also on the board of the Technical Communicators Association of New Zealand.

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