Quark Sponsors Free eSeminar for Technical Publishers

For some time now, Quark has been offering an affordable end-to-end solution for managing information workflows. The publication industry calls the approach DITA (see definition below). To better educate the industry, Quark is sponsoring a free eSeminar on the evening of February 1, 2011.

In addition to the free seminar described below, Quark has a free white paper that explains the process: “Finding an Easy Path to DITA For Technical Publications”. You can download it here.


Quark/DITA Demo with the Toronto STC:
Check out Quark’s DITA product as demonstrated by Mark Lewis, DITA Product Manager for Usability for Quark and co-chair of the OASIS DITA for the Web subcommittee, and receive best practices tips from STC Toronto’s immediate past president, Bernard Aschwanden.

Date: Tuesday, February 1, 2011
Location: Online Webinar Hosted by Toronto STC
Time: 8:00 – 9:30 PM EST

» Register here


DITA defined:

The Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) is an XML-based standard that allows documentation groups to single-source documentation for multiple products and audiences, to automatically publish that documentation in wide variety of media formats including web and print, and to efficiently maintain and update that documentation.