Writing Policies Right
Many policy writers are generally unfamiliar with the standards and norms for writing policy or procedural documents. Some content may be pre-determined by regulatory standards, but following general best practices and structure can make policy and procedural documents more effective and easier to read.
Rooted in strategies from the Plain Language movement, this session will discuss best practices and document structure that can make policy and procedural documents easier to read and more effective for your users.
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Relevant PolicyStat Role
|Write for a Reason|
|Write for the Users (Not Just the Readers)|
|Write Content Right|