Transformation Society Collaborations with Adobe: Comprehensive Links

Update, 17 September 2015: Adobe has a new platform for its recorded webinars. Links to the recordings are now updated and will work correctly.

It is important to follow the Instructions for viewing them, which is also updated.

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As Promised, here is a full set of links to the materials for two series of collaborations between The Transformation Society and Adobe Technical Communications Division. Enjoy!Logo_transformationSociety_Small

  • 2013: Crossing Boundaries: Implications for the Content Industries
  • 2014: Tech Challenges: Surfing and Diving Deeplogo_unit_1.5x1.5


 Instructions for viewing webinar recordings 

When you click the links to the webinar recordings, you’ll arrive at the webinar description page. Click the “register” button, then fill out the form. You’ll be sent a link that will activate watching. The user experience is less than stellar, but don’t worry about it – just plod through, you’ll end up at the recording, just as we promised😉

Crossing Boundaries: Implications for the Content Industries

Webinars

To access the full webinar recordings, you need an adobe.com account. It’s free and Adobe won’t spam you, honestly!

Blog Posts

White Papers

To get to these white papers, you need to fill out a form on the Adobe site, then choose the white paper you want.

Tech Challenges: Surfing and Diving Deep

This series created interactions on several levels about the same subject. Each interaction involved a web site “summary,” a blog post “surf” of the subject, and a deep dive that involved a survey and an interactive webinar that included results of the survey. For each event, all links are posted below, except the surveys, which are now obsolete. To access the full webinar recordings, you need a free adobe.com account.

Internet of Things – Luxury for the Rich or Sustainable Equity for All?

 Digital Reality – Escape to a Virtual World or Explore an Augmented Culture?

 Human Bionics – More Freedom or Electronic Slavery?

 Digital Learning – Individual Adaptive Construction or Connected Social Interaction?

White Paper

A white paper has been published summarizing the findings of this project:

Tech Challenges: Surfing and Diving Deep

Other Links

You might also be interested in the links to my earlier webinar series, A Cognitive Design for User Assistance.

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About Ray

Ray Gallon is co-founder of The Transformation Society, a research and consulting company, and owner of Culturecom, a company that provides business process improvement through communication. He has over 40 years as a communicator, first as an award-winning radio producer and journalist, then in the technical content industries. His management experience includes a stint as program manager of WNYC-FM, New York City’s public radio station. Ray has always been interested in the meeting point between technology and culture, and has used his broad experience to advantage with companies such as IBM, General Electric Health Care, Alcatel, 3M, and the OECD, as well as in smaller companies and startup enterprises. He has been quoted as saying, “Since the beginning, I have been, paradoxically, communicating and shooting myself in the foot. I find that this combination leads to fascinating outcomes that have made me one of the most fortunate people I know.” Ray is a university lecturer and a speaker at events throughout the world. He has contributed articles and chapters to many books and periodicals and is the editor of the recently published “Language of Technical Communication” (XML Press).
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