posted by user: RogerHart || 3833 views || tracked by 10 users: [display]

TCUK 2010 : Technical Communication UK


When Sep 21, 2010 - Sep 23, 2010
Where Oxford, UK
Submission Deadline Jun 15, 2010
Categories    technical communication   communications   e-learning    web

Call For Papers

Technical Communication UK is the annual conference that aims to meet the needs of technical communicators, their managers and clients, from every corner of the industry.

We do not have a theme for the conference, so any relevant topic will be considered. We want to encourage new speakers, and in particular we know that delegates value hearing case studies about how their peers have implemented new tools and systems.

The standard speaker sessions are on the Wednesday and Thursday: these are 40-minute long, with the opportunity of double-length sessions for content requiring the extra time.

We are running longer workshop-style sessions on the Tuesday. If you feel your topic would be better suited to one of these workshop sessions, please let us know (although, of course, a standard speaker session can be run as a short workshop).

Related Resources

Usenix ATC 2020   Usenix Annual Technical Conference
NeCoM 2021   13th International Conference on Networks & Communications
SIUSAI 2021   2021 International Symposium on Intelligent Unmanned Systems and Artificial Intelligence (SIUSAI 2021)
PIS@WorldCist 2021   Pervasive Information Systems
EuroSys 2021   European Conference on Computer Systems
IJCCSA 2020   International Journal on Cloud Computing: Services and Architecture
ICCIS--IEEE, Ei and Scopus 2021   IEEE--2021 5th International Conference on Communication and Information Systems (ICCIS 2020)--Ei Compendex, Scopus
ARCI 2021   Automation, Robotics & Communications for Industry 4.0: 1st IFSA Winter Conference
ICAAI--ACM, Ei Compendex, Scopus 2020   ACM--2020 The 4th International Conference on Advances in Artificial Intelligence (ICAAI 2020)--EI Compendex, Scopus
CoNeCo 2021   13th International Conference on Computer Networks & Communications