The MadCap Scholar Program offers access to the cutting-edge tools and best practices that students need to succeed in the field of Technical Communications.
Giving students the opportunity to work with MadCap Flare and the rest of the MadPak early on in their student life has proven to instill best practices that are essential to a student’s success with a long-term career in the technical communication industry.
The following schools are the latest to partner with MadCap Software’s MadCap Scholar Program:
The Purdue School of Engineering and Technology at IUPUI Selects MadCap Software to Teach Best Practices in Technical Writing
The Purdue School of Engineering and Technology at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) has chosen MadCap software as one of its “Tools for Technical Communication” in a course designed to offer students the expertise needed to gain a competitive advantage in the workforce.
The school is using MadCap Flare—the modern, future-proof authoring and multi-channel publishing software that supports print, Web, desktop and mobile—to provide students with one of the most advanced authoring and publishing solutions available today. By using MadCap Flare, students are gaining experience in the modern techniques and software used by thousands of companies worldwide.
“We’re excited to use MadCap Flare and give our students the opportunity to learn and use current software tools from the field. Using Flare will help them become familiar with the concepts of single-sourcing and topic-based authoring before they graduate, preparing them for careers in technical communication.”
–Corinne Renguette, Ph.D., program director and assistant professor in Technical Communication at Purdue School of Engineering and Technology
Top University in Poland and Motorola Solutions Choose MadCap Software to Provide Students with Advanced Technical Writing Tools and Prepare them for the Workforce
Jagiellonian University and Motorola Solutions have partnered to provide technical writing classes that teach the use of MadCap Flare, the modern future-proof authoring and multi-channel publishing software supporting print, Web, desktop and mobile content.
Volunteer educators from Motorola Solutions will use Flare in the Technical Writing course taught in the Institute of English Studies at Jagiellonian University to teach students how to create structured, task-oriented, and interactive end-user content that will allow them to successfully compete in the demanding domain of technical documentation.
“We’re very excited to include the state-of-the-art software provided by MadCap Software into our teaching curriculum. Thanks to MadCap Software, the Technical Writing course offered in the Institute of English Studies in cooperation with Motorola Solutions, Inc., will offer our students a chance to develop skills that are in great demand by employers and will ensure that our alumni are ready to succeed in a contemporary, competitive job market.”
–Professor Ewa Willim, head of the Institute of English Studies at Jagiellonian University.
Glendon College and MadCap Software Join Forces to Provide Students with Leading Technical Writing Tools and Ensure Successful Careers in Technical Communications
Glendon College at York University is joining forces with MadCap Software to ensure students pursuing its “Certificate Program in Technical Communication” have cutting-edge tools and clear competitive advantages when entering the workforce. The college is using MadCap Flare—the modern future-proof authoring and multi-channel publishing software that supports print, Web, desktop and mobile—to provide students with the most advanced authoring and publishing solution available today. By using MadCap Flare, students are gaining expertise in state-of-the-art technical writing techniques through hands-on experience with the software used by thousands of companies worldwide.
“We’re excited to incorporate Flare because it’s a great example of a topic-based authoring system that is XML-driven and that helps to manage content for authors. With technical communicators increasingly responsible for delivering user assistance across a number of different platforms and in various media, it’s important to have tools that are designed for this purpose.”
–Jamie Roberts, technical communication course instructor at Glendon College
More MadCap Scholar Program Partners
- San Jose State University
- OnTarget Communications
- Nordic Business Institute
- University of South Florida
- Washtenaw Community College
- Austin Community College
- EMPI Business School
- Eastern Washington University
To learn more about the MadCap Scholar Program or to contact us about becoming a partner, visit this page.