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Session Handouts

Business Practices

Découvrez les Principes directeurs en révision professionnelle, version 2014

Sandra Gravel

Foolproof Techniques for Setting Rates and Preparing Accurate Estimates

Arlene Prunkl

Editing Around the World

La communication claire en 2015 : Survol international

Dominique Joseph

Editing at the Edge

Brendan O’Brien, Julia Cochrane, Amy Schneider, and Leonie Pipe

Editing for Non-Native English Speaking Scientists

Leonie Pipe

“Good Enough” Editing with Open Educational Resources

Yvonne Van Ruskenveld, Ruth Wilson

International News: Plain Language and Clear Communication in 2015

Dominique Joseph

Editing Practices

Are You Certifiable? Preparing for EAC's Certification Exams

Sherry Hinman

Inclusive Editing: Beyond Political Correctness

Sarah Grey

Triage Editing: What to Edit if You Have 3 Minutes, 3 Hours, 3 Days or 3 Weeks

Teresa Schmedding, Karen Martwick

Editing Tools

Checking Style Sheets with PerfectIt: Tips for Advanced Users

Daniel Heuman

A Proposal for Precise and Uniform Definitions of Light, Standard, and Professional Editing

Venkataraman Anantharaman

The following slides and handouts are parts of the speaker’s upcoming book, tentatively titled Principles of STM Copyediting. If you’d like to discuss the material with the speaker, please email him at avenkat1964@gmail.com.

Venkataraman is also looking for a publisher. If you are a publisher and is interested in having this book published internationally, please contact him at the above email address.

Traduction automatique et postédition : ce que tout réviseur devrait savoir

Louise Saint-André

Using PerfectIt to Check Consistency: An Introduction for Beginners

Daniel Heuman

Websites That Work for Editors

Emily Dockrill Jones

Language

Cracking Open the Cover: Navigating Your First Conference Like a Pro

Breanne MacDonald, Ryan Dunlop, and Christina M. Frey

Multilingual Roundtable

Marie-Christine Payette, Nancy Foran

When to Use Bad English

James Harbeck

Networking

Introduction to Networking: It’s Not as Scary as You Think

Sue Archer, Suzanne Purkis

Using Social Media: Making Connections, Building Communities

Katharine O’Moore-Klopf, Brendan O’Brien, Gael Spivak, and Stacey Atkinson

PWAC Stream

How to Be a Happy Writer

Ann Douglas

Self-Publishing

Alternatives to Editing: Working on a Self-Publisher’s Budget

Vanessa Ricci-Thode

Finding Work: Editors and the Self-Publishing Market

Vanessa Ricci-Thode

Formation et accompagnement en rédaction pour les non-rédacteurs

Sandra Gravel

How to Work with Self-Publishing Authors: The Agony and the Ecstasy

Arlene Prunkl

Online Resources for Writers

Malene Jorgensen, Luigi Benetton

Tracking Digital Changes: New Opportunities for Working with Indie Authors

Christine Munroe

Unexpected Markets

Earning “Bread & Butter” Money in Canada 150 Project

Harry van Bommel