Our committment to fostering strong community relationships and improving the lives of everyone in them differentiates us from our competitors. We are unmatched at creating new ways for technical communicators to grow their knowledge, skills, and confidence. We have a proven track record of creating unique community service projects like these:
- TC Dojo Conclave (this project)
- TC Camp – the first unconference and free day of learning for technical communicators
- TC Dojo – a user-directed webinar series
- TC Dojo Masterminds – unique learning opportunities focused where members work to solve technical problems together
- Arbortext Monster Garage – book and webinar series that features community experts
- Free code archive
- Hundreds of presentations and publications
- Logistics and support Arbortext user groups
You don’t have to take our word for it. Hear from some of the people our team has helped over the years:
Since meeting Liz, I’ve been grateful to have her as a mentor and friend. She has been a valuable resource for me as an independent consultant and conference manager. Liz listens carefully, provides relevant insight to the situation at hand, and focuses on positive conversations and outcomes. I appreciate her unwavering commitment to helping others in the technical communication profession, whether she’s seeking ways to help individuals or organizing learning opportunities such as TC Camp.
~ Chris Hester, Content strategist, information architect, technical writer
Liz Fraley is an accomplished entrepreneur who willingly shares her professional expertise and knowledge with the professional community. While Liz is widely (and quite justifiably) recognized for her expertise in XML, taxonomies, single-sourcing, and building content publishing ecosystems, she also shines as a coach and a consulting partner who helps her clients to manage successfully through such changes–whether negotiating career transitions between content positions and technologies, large-scale content infrastructure programs, or driving the organizational and cultural changes required to implement and adopt new content standards and processes. Liz brings her coaching skills to bear in a compassionate consulting ethos that focuses on understanding her client’s needs first, then providing the right guidance at the right time to drive positive change that sticks. You’re always in good hands when you work with Liz Fraley
~ Allan Grohe, Knowledge Manager
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