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Feel the real: Experts up close - November 10 and 11 on site (2G event)

Expert knowledge imparted directly, meetings once again without any technology or WiFi, and the incomparable feeling of a face-to-face event await you LIVE and ON SITE in tekom Studio. The 2G event in the middle of Stuttgart offers two varied topic days on "Gender" and "Standards", creates plenty of space for professional exchange and personal networking and is thus the perfect complement to the digital tcworld conference.

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The Program (in German language)

Thementag "Gendern"

Gendergerechte Sprache in der Dokumentation

UhrzeitProgramm 10. November
08:30 - 09:00 UhrEinlass & Morgenkaffee
09:00 - 09:10 Uhr

Begrüßung der Tagungsteilnehmer online und vor Ort

09:15 - 09:50 Uhr

Vortrag Großmann + Becker
Man kann nicht nicht gendern – warum, wofür, wie?

09:55 - 10:30 UhrVortrag Saremba + Parson

Für jeden/jede/Jedi – Möge das Gendern mit Dir sein.

10:30 - 10:50 UhrKaffeepause 
10:50 - 11:25 UhrVortrag Wilson

Inklusive Sprache inkludiert

11:30 - 12:15 UhrImpro-Theater
 Mittagspause
13:15 - 13:50 UhrVortrag Pich + Hammer

Gendersensible Sprache – eine Frage auch für die Technische Kommunikation?

13:55 - 14:30 UhrVortrag Ceglarek

Gendern smart gelöst. Erfahrungsbericht einer Technischen Redakteurin

14:35 - 15:10 UhrImpro-Theater

 
15:15 - 15:45 UhrKaffeepause
15:45 - 16:30 UhrVortrag Burel

Gendergerechte Sprache: Warum der Sprachwandel auch in die Technische Kommunikation Einzug hält

16:35 - 17:20 UhrPodium (alle Referenten + Moderation)

 
17:25 - 17:45 UhrTagesabschluss:
Zusammenfassung der Vorträge, Résumé
 
ab 18:00 UhrAfter Work Networking

 

Thementag "Normen"

Alles, was Recht ist!

UhrzeitProgramm 11. November 
08:30 - 09:00 UhrEinlass & Morgenkaffee
09:00 - 09:10 Uhr

Begrüßung der Tagungsteilnehmer online & vor Ort

09:15 - 10:00 UhrVortrag Schmeling + Klumpp

Was gibt es Neues in der Normung?

10:05 - 10:45 UhrVortrag Closs + Vermeulen

Norm 26514: welche Teile sind neu und hilfreich?

10:45 - 11:00 UhrKaffeepause 
11:00 - 11:45 UhrVortrag Wallberg

ISO 5060 – Bewertung der Übersetzungsleistung

11:50 - 12:35 UhrVortrag Heuer

Aktuelle Rechtsentwicklungen

 Pause: Mittagessen, Networking,
13:35 - 14:20 UhrVortrag Tillmann, Schmeling, Rieder

Anlagendokumentation
 

14:25 - 15:10 UhrVortrag Schmeling, Heuer

Digitale Nutzungsinformationen oder Papierform – ja, was denn nun?

15:15 - 16:00 UhrPodium: Klumpp

Betriebsanleitung in digitaler Form: was ändert der Entwurf der Europäischen Kommission zu einer neuen Maschinenverordnung

16:00 - 16:20 UhrKaffeepause + Networking
16:25 - 17:10 UhrVortrag Tillmann, Schmeling, Rieder

Qualitäts- und Konformitätsprüfung von Nutzungsinformationen
 

17:15 - 18:00 UhrVortrag Rieder, Akdut

Produktdokumentation für Drittmärkte (UK, Australia, China, US …)

18:05 - 18:50 UhrVortrag Dreikorn

Content-Crasher: Wenn Warnhinweise Texte unbrauchbar machen – und was man dagegen tun kann

 

From the Program

GENDER-APPROPRIATE LANGUAGE: WHY THE LANGUAGE SHIFT IS ALSO MAKING ITS WAY INTO TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION

Dr. Simone Burel

Even in 2021, the Council for German Orthography has not yet committed itself to a gender standard. The debate on gendering is emotional, as gender-appropriate language is a form of language change – which has always generated fear and criticism. Often, however, the groups making judgments about "right" and "wrong" language have little experience with discrimination or language interactions. What is needed is a less emotionalized debate and more awareness of the positive economic impact of gender-equitable language. After all, gender-equitable language has long since arrived in society: 16 out of 30 DAX companies already use gendering. Technical documentation is not unaffected by this change in language and, in the absence of external standards, must find its own ways of implementing inclusive language.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS IN DIGITAL FORM: WHAT CHANGES DOES THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION'S DRAFT OF A NEW MACHINERY REGULATION MAKE?

Dr. Claudia Klumpp

The form of instructions for use (i.e., paper or digital) has not yet been regulated in the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC. In §255, the legally non-binding guide for the application of the Machinery Directive sees the digital form merely as a supplement to the leading paper form. Many market surveillance authorities follow the outdated view of the guide, meaning that, due to the unclear legal situation, many companies have decided against digital forms of provision for the time being.

The European Commission published an initial draft of the new Machinery Regulation on April 21. This draft contains a special regulation for instructions for use in digital form in Annex III. This is a complete departure from the view previously expressed in the Guide to the Application of the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC - Edition 2.2.