Learning content

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OASIS DITA Learning Content Subcommittee

This page contains information about the work of the OASIS DITA Learning and Training Content Specialization Subcommittee (at http://www.oasis-open.org).

  • What is the purpose of the committee?
  • How does it operate?
  • What methods are available for staying informed about the work of the committee?
  • What background information is on record?
  • What work products are publicly available?
  • What issues is the committee working on?
  • Who should join and how is that done?


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  • Introduction to specialization

    Specialization is the process by which new designs are created based on existing designs, allowing new kinds of content to be processed using existing processing rules.

    It is the means by which the standard DITA language may be extended for new semantic or structural roles.

    Specialization allows you to define new kinds of information (new structural types or new domains of information), while reusing as much of existing design and code as possible, and minimizing or eliminating the costs of interchange, migration, and maintenance.

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