The conference committee is now accepting session proposals for Tracking Change: e-Merging Methods and Markets, the 2014 EAC Conference in Toronto.
While the theme seems to speak for itself, we encourage members to think broadly when it comes to tracking change. Technology may be at the heart of most change these days, but we also hope to explore the larger implications of change for editors and their work and the world in which they live.
We look forward to considering all of your session ideas; however, we are especially keen to receive proposals for the following specific topics:
- Developing and teaching workshops and courses
- The business of self-employment
- Project management
- Writing and editing for SEO
- Plain language/clear language
- Legal editing
- Medical editing
- Corporate editing
- Editing illustrative or graphic materials
- Proofreading on and for e-readers
- Editing in bilingual contexts/Réviser dans des contextes bilingues
- Leveraging multi-language skills/Miser vos habiletés multilingues
- Réviser des textes français langue seconde
- La langue et la culture franco-ontarienne
The conference committee is also looking for potential panelists on the topics listed below:
- Marketing editorial services internationally
- Adapting to imposed limitations
- Working as an in-house managing editor
- Pitching editing services to non-traditional clients
Speaker proposal form
If you have an idea for a session or would like to participate in a panel discussion, please complete the Speaker Proposal Form. Proposals for additional panel topics are also welcome.
Completed proposal forms must be received by January 10, 2014.
Selection and notification
EAC's conference committee and advisory committee will evaluate the submissions; all applicants will be informed of the committees' decision by the end of February.
If your proposal is selected, you will be eligible for a reduced conference registration fee (not including pre-conference workshops or the awards banquet).
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