Technical writing/Courses

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Technical Writing[edit | edit source]

We offer Level 1 and Level 2 courses in technical writing, plus a workshop on writing system requirement specifications. You can unlock new levels by earning a specific amount of points.
All of this technical writing and analysis course work is free for you to use, copy, modify, and adapt as you see fit. This is open source learning.
Technical writing training is well suited for:
• Teachers
• Journalists
• IT Professionals
• Project Managers
Technical Writing Level 1 (You have attained 0 points so far on this level.)
Technical Writing Level 2 (You have attained 0 points so far on this level.)
December 2007
  • Systems Development Lifecycle (SDLC)
  • Requirements Analysis
  • Check Lists and Template Links
  • Style Guide
  • Exercises
Users, Functions, Structures

Meeting User Goals[edit | edit source]

Our workshops provide practical training in defining system requirements. This is targeted for:
  • managers
  • analysts
  • architects
Technical Writing at Wikiversity
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Your instructor is Fred Williams, or TWFred.

Technical Writing is a rewarding and intellectually stimulating career. The demand for writers who can communicate complex topics in simple formats has never been greater. Technical writing isn't about "dumbing down"; it's about writing to the correct level.

Technical writers are women and men with strong language and interpersonal skills who produce documentation for some of the smartest people in the world. As you read these pages, please feel free to change them. We enthusiastically welcome your participation.