As deep changes are ongoing in work practices, for the 10th anniversary of the International Conference on Technical Communication at Université de Paris, we will explore the right time and space for technical communication. Join us on January 28th !


Technical communicators often work with teams that are distributed geographically and need to manage different timelines.


During this conference, academics and professionals will share the methods, tools and best practices for highly collaborative and fast-paced activites, teamwork across different locations and timezones, as well as changes in work practices during the Covid crisis.

Target Audience

  • International researchers and teachers in the domaine of technical communication
  • Professionals seeking to be kept abreast of innovations
  • Students involved in technical communication

Time & Date

The conference will start as of 10:00am remotely via Zoom on January 28th, 2022


Attendance is free – Sign up on EventBrite

Deadline January 27th 2022

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