If you are interpreting, evaluating or writing about data of any kind, our new data training course can help. Fundamentals of data literacy and visualisation presents the fundamental ideas in evaluating, summarising, analysing and presenting data. Whether you need to make sense of data-heavy documents or present best-practice graphs and charts, this course is for… Read more »
Biotext staff will be working from home as much as possible over the coming weeks, but Biotext is open. Our office number (02 6282 2280) has been redirected to mobile, and we are also available through the office email (firstname.lastname@example.org), or any of the usual staff member email addresses. We hope that you and your… Read more »
Understanding gambling behaviour and impact is the first step to minimising harm from gambling disorders. The Centre for Gambling Research at the ANU Centre for Social Research & Methods conducts important research into measuring, managing and minimising harms from gambling in Australia. Biotext has edited and designed several of their recent reports, including: 2019 ACT… Read more »
Our 1-day ‘Successful science writing and editing’ course has helped many writers and editors to improve their work. This expertise is now available at a distance. Recently, our writing trainer worked with one of our clients online to deliver 1-on-1 coaching in how to write and edit scientific and technical material. Our client said: Thanks… Read more »
On 31 March we will be holding a new open course at our offices in Canberra. Fundamentals of data literacy and visualisation gives the tools you need to get started working with data, including finding, evaluating, interpreting, writing about and presenting data. Whether explaining the jargon, introducing statistics, or showing you how to write about… Read more »
We hope you have a wonderful break! Please note that the Biotext office will be closed from 24 December to 2 January, and we look forward to catching up with you in 2020. Update: over $1000 was donated from our staff to local RFS brigades. Thanks everyone!
We are developing e-learning modules about writing, editing and presenting information, and we need your help. To make sure we design modules that are as useful and accessible as possible, we’d love to hear about your preferences. Please complete our brief survey to tell us how you might use the modules and what topics you… Read more »
The Diabetes in Schools program provides training for school staff to ensure they can support students with type 1 diabetes, and to give parents confidence that their children will be safe and supported at school. Biotext worked with clinicians and trainers at the Australian Diabetes Educators Association to write and edit 3 of the modules… Read more »
Our popular 1-day training course will be held in our Canberra offices on 13 November – visit Eventbrite to register. This course helps you to create logical, clear and compelling science content with practical tools and guidance. One of our recent course attendees said: Before this day, writing was like an elephant on my dinner… Read more »
It was an inspiring day for us at the 2019 Digital Summit on 3 October! We enjoyed meeting delegates from all over the government and private sector, all committed to exploring the digital future. We’re looking forward to 2020!