DITA Introduction, Authoring, and Information Architecture Workshop - Full Day

Michael Priestley, one of IBM's DITA Architects, provides an introduction to DITA, followed by an introduction to some authoring best practices with DITA, and finishing with an end-to-end example of task-based information architecture using DITA maps.

As part of the development of tutorial materials for DITA Tutor, Flash versions of Michael Priestley's presentations have been prepared. They include interactive tables of contents, and can be played in more browsers than the Windows media files above.

They are located in the Basic Tutorials folder on the DITA Users website.

Introduction to DITA

Authoring DITA

DITA Information Architecture (incomplete)



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