The value of DITA is expressed in its enforcement of a topic-based architecture. DITA provides specific mechanisms, including DITA maps and relationship tables, that enable information architects to provide a valuable and usable information experience for their users.
This course consists of pre-recorded lectures and demonstrations with assignments, workshops, and discussion, covering:
For Online Sections of this course: Online courses are largely self-study with instructor support through threaded discussion groups, email and sometimes scheduled online chats. Some instructors may allow students to pace themselves following the published syllabus, enabling them to accelerate through the material and finish early. However, all students must complete and submit all assignments by the schedule end date. Grades are issued for the entire class approximately two weeks after the scheduled end date.