graphic profiling and reuse training materials for visual learners
(Circles, squares, lines, arrows, shading, etc., NOT violent or "adult" NC17 materials, silly! 😉
Has anyone developed (or come across) training materials that graphically describe / depict the interaction between profiling and content reuse?
We've got a document that has four chapters that have a different <chapter> for each "version" of the book and four other <chapter>s that are referenced from both books. New content in chapters 1 - 4 that needs to be in both books must be referenced into each chapter wrapper. New content in chapters 5 - 8 that needs to be in only one book must be referenced into the chapter and then profiled properly to suppress it from the book that doesn't need it.
Basic stuff ... to Arbortext-profiling-exclusionary-conditional-logic-friendly people. Not basic to others. We have pretty good documentation for people who can learn/grok this stuff from words. But wondering if we'd simplify training and reduce later support (break/fix troubleshooting) if we were able to provide graphics for learners who would get it better if it were presented visually.
So ... someone out there has a slide deck with exactly that and is willing/allowed to share, right?