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Conferencing Darwin styleAODC 2010
Darwin, Australia's Northern Territory

The thirteenth annual Australasian Online Documentation and Content Conference, AODC 2010, was held at the Palms City Resort in central Darwin from Wednesday 12th to Friday 14th May. Professionals involved in corporate documentation, online Help, Web authoring and technical writing enjoyed three days of thought-provoking sessions, interesting discussions and networking. The relaxed tropical atmosphere of Darwin set the scene for fantastic conferencing and networking.

What was AODC 2010 like? Read Sarah Maddox's blog for a first-hand account. (You can also see Sarah's AODC photos on Flickr.)


HyperWrite greatly appreciates our sponsors MadCap Software, EC Software, AuthorIT, Swinburne University and ComponentOne. 

MadCap Software  EC Software Swinburne University
ComponentOne AuthorIT Software  

About AODC

Since the very first Australasian Online Documentation Conference in Melbourne in 1998, the conference has developed a reputation as the premier event for technical writers, help developers, Web authors and documentation developers from Australia and New Zealand. Our speaker list reads like a Who's Who of documentation, as we strive to ensure that experts in techniques and technologies are available to share their knowledge and expertise. The conference is also a great place to network with other documentation professionals.

AODC was jointly hosted by HyperWrite and WritersUA, organisers of the famous Online Help Conference in the US. HyperWrite is an Australian hypertext and Internet company that has been a local pioneer and continuing leader in online documentation development.