ETWR 2477: Documentation Process and Content Management (Online)

The following provides an overview of this course, its objectives, policies, grading plan, and other information about the course.

Note: This is the only the second time this course is being offered. I will make every effort to ensure that your workload is reasonable; that expectations, assignments, and due dates are clearly defined; and that this course becomes very important in your career.

Course Description

Working in teams and documenting simple tasks, you will take a documentation project from competitive proposal straight through to completion, moving through important phases such as team building, initial proposal, documentation plan, scheduling, prototypes, style guide, drafts, edits, revisions, and final deliverables.

This course will include as much of the following as we can arrange:


Upon completion of this course, student will be able to do the following:


These are required:

You will also have access to a reserve copies of the following:


Your final grade will be based on the following:

Category Points
Timesheet (individual) 5
Profiler (individual) 5
Individual blog (includes self-introduction, summaries, comments) 20
Project proposal (team) 15
Tracking document (team) 5
Information plan (team) 10
Team blog (includes team roles and rules, task assignments and dates, style notes, and post mortem) 15
Final project (team) 25

Here is a description of these units:

Course Policies

As you can from the above, there are numerous question marks about exactly what we will do in relation to each of the topics to be covered in this course.

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