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Gamification and the New Rules for User Assistance (recorded webinar)
16 Sep 2013 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm UTC-4Free
We are broadcasting a webinar that Marta Rauch presented in October 2012 on gamification. We will watch this webinar together and discuss it afterwards. Light meal, door prizes, and networking always included!
We will broadcast this session so that those who cannot make it to Ellicott City can watch and listen to the webinar. Please register to receive the URL to access this session.
Enterprise gamification is accelerating, and it is changing the rules for technical communication. Discover how companies apply gamification to products and processes, and understand essential skills for technical communicators. Learn strategies, tips, and best practices for gamified user experience, and look at return on investment (ROI) for documentation.
Join Marta Rauch in this hour-long webinar, where you will learn:
gain skills for internal and customer-facing gamification projects
Gamification principles and the impact on user assistance
Content strategy for gamified products
Effective user assistance architecture
Compelling gamification messages
This webinar was previously recorded.
Marta Rauch is a principal information developer at Oracle, where she leads the Planning ID team and participates in corporate gamification initiatives. Drawing on her experience working at two major game companies, she is passionate about helping technical communicators get their game on. Marta has presented at many conferences in the United States and Europe, and published articles in STC’s Intercom and the Center for Information Development Management’s Best Practices. With over 20 years of experience in technical communication, she has received 15 STC awards for individual and team projects at the local, national, and international level. An STC senior member and mentor for the Silicon Valley Chapter, Marta holds a BA from Stanford University, a teaching credential, and a Certificate in Managing the Development of Technical Communication.