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Carlos Evia

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Carlos Evia

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Carlos Evia teaches structured content authoring using DITA and similar tools at Virginia Tech. Structured authoring offers a number of benefits, most notably easy content re-use. By carefully structuring content as it goes into a repository, it can be used later in a variety of publications and applications. Structured authoring has its roots in the technical communications field. As other fields discover the benefits of structured content, interest in the practice has grown. This led Carlos and his colleagues on the DITA Technical Committee to develop a less-technical version of the DITA standard - Lightweight DITA - that can be used by marketers and other non-technical content creators. https://ellessmedia.com/csi/carlos-evia/


25 Jul 2020

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Content Content podcast episode 6 – Where’s my Flare – featuring Dr. Carlos Evia

Content Content podcast with Ed Marsh

Dr. Carlos Evia, Director of Professional and Technical Writing at Virginia TechDr. Carlos Evia is featured on a jaw-dropping episode of the Content Content podcast. We discuss cutting-edge developments in the DITA world, as well as the similarities and differences between academicians and practitioners of technical communication.Carlos is the Director of Professional and Technical Writing at Virginia Tech, is on the Lightweight DITA Technical Committee, and is an advocate for using multimedia with DITA. Subscribe (Android)Carlos EviaCarlos Evia on TwitterTaking the DITA troubleshooting topic for a spinThe academician and the practitioner should be friendsTom Johnson podcast with Lisa MelonconOutsourcing Technical Communication, edited by CarlosDeveloping Quality Technical InformationInformation Development WorldUnsung heroes of DITA presentation by Gretyl KinseyMadcap FlareoXygen XML EditorDITA GlassExpeDITALightweight DITAVirginia Tech Center for Human-Computer Interaction

1hr 9mins

27 Oct 2015

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