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ACM Seventh International Conference on Systems Documentation

Fullname:Seventh International Conference on Systems Documentation
Location:Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Dates:1989-Nov-08 to 1989-Nov-10
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: DOC89; ISBN 0-89791-337-X; ACM Order Number 613890
Papers:22
Pages:146
  1. Hypertext: A General Discussion
  2. Documentation from the Manager's Perspective
  3. User-Centered Approaches to Documentation
  4. Teaching Analytical and Technical Skills
  5. Hypertext and Online Documentation
  6. Empirical Investigations of Readers' Needs
  7. Strategies for Planning a Documentation Task
  8. Theories of Documentation Development
  9. Supporting and Maintaining Documentation
  10. User-Centered Approaches to Documentation Development
  11. A Question of C.A.S.E.
  12. Hints on the Documentor's Toolkit
  13. Strategies for Planning and Testing Documents

Hypertext: A General Discussion

Designing Hypermedia Help Systems: Problems and Issues BIBA 5-12
  Ayami Ogura; Jennifer Robertson

Documentation from the Manager's Perspective

Business Planning in Technical Documentation Organizations BIBA 13-19
  David P. Mongeau

User-Centered Approaches to Documentation

Designing Manuals for Hacker Styles of Learning BIBA 21-23
  Barbara Mirel; Susan Feinberg; Leif Allmendinger
Rhetoric and Human-Computer Interaction: Investigations into the Writing of User-Centered Documentation BIBA 25-32
  Robert R. Johnson

Teaching Analytical and Technical Skills

A Writing Course in User-Documentation for Computer Science Majors BIBA 33-37
  W. Steve Anderson; John R. Talburt

Hypertext and Online Documentation

Writing On-Line Help when Space is Limited BIBA 39-40
  Jo-Anne Tanenbaum
Creating Effective HyperCard Online Documentation and Training BIB 41-44
  Meryl Natchez

Empirical Investigations of Readers' Needs

The Relationships between Online Help Systems and Print Documentation: An Empirical Investigation BIBA 45-48
  Ali Emdad
A Survey of Technical Computer Users Resulting in Guidelines for the Development of Technical Computer Documentation BIBA 49-65
  Michael L. Puscas

Strategies for Planning a Documentation Task

The Art of Interviewing a Technical Expert BIBA 67-75
  Sarena B. Green
Sentence First, Verdict Afterward: Finding the Prerequisites for Good Computer Documentation BIBA 77-83
  Andrew Oram; Kathleen Ferraro

Theories of Documentation Development

Users Invoked: How Documents Help Readers Assume User Roles BIB 85-92
  Mark Simpson
Conceptual Foundations for Computer Documentation: New Distinctions for a New Era BIBA 93-96
  David K. Farkas

Supporting and Maintaining Documentation

A Distributed Architecture for Document Management BIBA 97
  Clifford A. Reid
Software Maintenance Documentation BIBA 99-101
  Robert L. Glass

User-Centered Approaches to Documentation Development

Manuals that Meet Market Demands BIB 103-107
  Ladene McClaran

A Question of C.A.S.E.

Forms Based Documentation to Support Structured Development and CASE Implementation BIBA 109-113
  David Bellin
The Myth and Realities of C.A.S.E. for Documentation BIBA 115-119
  Diana Patterson

Hints on the Documentor's Toolkit

Maintaining Multiple Versions of a Document BIBA 121-124
  Amy L. Hinds
Scribe Support in GNU Emacs BIBA 125-135
  J. Emmett Black

Strategies for Planning and Testing Documents

Usability Planning for End User Training BIB 137-142
  David C. Leonard; A. Lynne Waller
"Executable" Documentation: Testing the Documentation, Documenting the Testing BIBA 143-146
  Fred Ballard