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IEEE ACM 19th International Conference on Computer Documentation

Fullname:19th International Conference on Computer Documentation
Note:Communicating in the New Millennium
Location:Sante Fe, New Mexico, USA
Dates:2001-Oct-21 to 2001-Oct-24
Standard No:ISBN: 1-58113-295-6; ACM Order Number: 6131010; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: DOC01
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Communicating effectively with interaction BIBAFull-Text 1-6
  Andrea L. Ames
Learnability in information design BIBAFull-Text 7-11
  Kathy Haramundanis
"Yes, but does it scale?": practical considerations for database-driven information systems BIBAFull-Text 12-21
  John Russell
Design concepts for learning spatial relationships BIBAFull-Text 22-30
  Giuliano Benelli; Maurizio Caporali; Antonio Rizzo; Elisa Rubegni
Semiotic engineering contributions for designing online help systems BIBAFull-Text 31-38
  Milene Selbach Silveira; Clarisse Sieckenius de Souza; Simone D. J. Barbosa
Example elaboration as a neglected instructional strategy BIBAFull-Text 39-46
  T. R. Girill
Datacloud: expanding the roles and locations of information BIBAFull-Text 47-54
  Johndan Johnson-Eilola
Writers in the dot.com storm BIBAFull-Text 55-57
  Ceri Williams
Software development as mediated activity: applying three analytical frameworks for studying compound mediation BIBAFull-Text 58-67
  Clay Spinuzzi
Editing computer hardware procedures for multimedia presentation BIBKFull-Text 68-72
  Sue Jackson
Successfully crossing the language translation divide BIBFull-Text 73-77
  David W. Dilts
CLAT: controlled language authoring technology BIBAFull-Text 78-82
  Johann Haller; Jorg Schutz
Interplay of language and culture in global E-commerce: a comparison of five companies' multilingual websites BIBAFull-Text 83-88
  Shaoyi He
Single sourcing for translations BIBAFull-Text 89-94
  Deborah A. Hysell
Building a culturally-competent corporate web site: an exploratory study of cultural markers in multilingual web design BIBAFull-Text 95-102
  Huatong Sun
Issues of content and structure for a multilingual web site BIBAFull-Text 103-110
  Shihong Huang; Scott Tilley
Just what they need, just when they need it: an introduction to embedded assistance BIBAFull-Text 111-115
  Andrea L. Ames
Re-forming information: a case study in teaching content encapsulation BIBAFull-Text 116-121
  Rebecca Matson
Document-based inter-organizational information exchange BIBAFull-Text 122-131
  Reinhard Riedl
Open-source documentation: in search of user-driven, just-in-time writing BIBAFull-Text 132-141
  Erik Berglund; Michael Priestley
Users and uses of synchronous business communications software BIBAFull-Text 142-146
  David G. Novick; Eleanor Wynn
A rhetoric of objects BIBAFull-Text 147-151
  Jonathan Price
DITA XML: a reuse by reference architecture for technical documentation BIBAFull-Text 152-156
  Michael Priestley
Transforming documentation from the XML doctypes used for the apache website to DITA BIBAFull-Text 157-164
  Donald M. Leslie
IDDS: an interactive decentralized documentation system BIBAFull-Text 165-171
  Christoph Meinel; Harald Sack; Volker Schillings
The global impact of eBooks on ePublishing BIBAFull-Text 172-179
  Harold Henke
Book metaphor: friend or foe? BIBAFull-Text 180-184
  John Russell
A framework to provide integrated online documentation BIBAFull-Text 185-192
  Sogo Tsuji; Yoshikazu Yamamoto
Web design issues when searching for information in a small screen display BIBAFull-Text 193-200
  Loel Kim; Michael J. Albers
Finding scientific papers with homepagesearch and MOPS BIBAFull-Text 201-207
  Gerd Hoff; Martin Mundhenk
Single-source indexing BIBAFull-Text 208-217
  Jan C. Wright


Creating effective and enjoyable documentation: enhancing the experience of users by aligning information with strategic direction and customer insights BIBAFull-Text 220
  Karl Smart; Dave Norton
Cross-cultural user-interface design for work, home, play, and on the way BIBAFull-Text 221-222
  Aaron Marcus
XML for the rest of us BIBAFull-Text 223
  Jonathan Price
Page to help or help to page: a comparative case study BIBAFull-Text 224-225
  Darren Barefoot
Writing, designing, and processing information in the Darwin information typing architecture (DITA) BIBAFull-Text 226
  Michael Priestley
The documentation process: create it, refine it, and get them to use it BIBAFull-Text 227
  Bill Thomas


Designing multilingual web sites: applied authoring techniques BIBAFull-Text 230-231
  Terri Morgan; Carol Luttrell; Yuzeng Liu
Developing single source content: in search of the XML pot-of-gold BIBAFull-Text 232
  James T. Stewart
Taking an object-oriented approach to restructuring legacy documents for the web BIBAFull-Text 233
  Jonathan Price
Developing content for international knowledge management webs BIBAFull-Text 234
  Rives Hassell-Corbiell
Documentation for software engineers: what is needed to aid system understanding? BIBAFull-Text 235-236
  Bill Thomas; Scott Tilley
Documenting software systems with views II: an integrated approach based on XML BIBAFull-Text 237-246
  Jochen Hartmann; Shihong Huang; Scott Tilley


The changing face of technical communication: new directions for the field in a new millennium BIBAFull-Text 248-260
  Mark Zachry; Kelli Cargile Cook; Brenton D. Faber; David Clark