Phyllis Croce




Phyllis Croce has over 25 years in the high technology industry as a technical writer, course developer, and information developer. She has worked in the areas of typography, content management, and printing and publishing as an installer, trainer, course and information developer, manager of training, and technical writer. Her areas of expertise include, but are not limited to, DITA, S1000D, Content Management Systems, and various typesetting and output engines along with working knowledge of XMetaL, Arbortext, and oXygen among other software technologies. Her degrees include a MS.Ed. from State University College at Buffalo plus 15 hours postgraduate studies in computer science and 15 hours postgraduate studies in student personnel administration.

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With the industrial, technical, and commercial market becoming more and more global, it is imperative that writers understand the importance of writing for a worldwide market. Writers cannot write for a single language community anymore but must be aware of, and consider how to prepare and write for multiple languages to reach diverse populations, cultures, and communities.

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The field of technical writing has come a long way from writing clearly and concisely using a keyboard into a new world of structured writing and content management.

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