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Writing English for an International Audience
Writing English for an International Audience

Course Description
Students review guidelines and specific recommendations for writing English source intended for an international audience, including grammatical construction, writing style, do's & don'ts for easy comprehension of non-English native speakers and improved efficiencies for the Localization process.
Audience: This course is recommended for technical writers, designers, and desktop publishing specialists who work on projects that will need to be localized for international markets, as well as managers responsible for the documentation localization process.

Duration: The course is approximately 2 hours in duration.

This course has the following prerequisites.
  • none

    1. Review of general Internationalized English rules
    2. Specific Examples of Internationalized English
    3. Writing Style & Grammar
    4. Terminology Guides
    5. Other Source measurement tools
    6. Controlled Language
    7. Simplified English
    8. Graphic Use & Layout
    9. Question & Answers



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