Jean Weber

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Career paths for technical editors

My article Let’s change the career paths for technical editors was published in December 2009 in Volume 9, Number 3 of Corrigo, the STC’s Technical Editing SIG newsletter.

About technical editors

Document Freedom Day 31 March 2010

Technical editors are people who edit technical information. They work in many fields, including engineering, computer hardware and software, science, medicine, law, banking, and website development for any business or activity. Technical editors’ primary job is to ensure documents are suitable for their target audience, thus technical editing is really a quality control job. This …

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Changes

January 2007 – for nearly a year now I’ve rarely used Microsoft Windows. I’ve moved to Ubuntu Linux and found replacements for all my old Windows programs. During this time, I have neglected this website, so some parts of it are woefully out of date. I’d like to say that situation will change, but I …

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Newsletter

This newsletter is no longer being published. Back issues are archived on this website. Who is the newsletter for? The newsletter is intended for editors who are, or need to be, working electronically. Much of the material will be relevant to electronic editors in any field. Some of the material will be most relevant to …

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