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Saturday, June 7
|8:45–9:30||Opening Keynote: Doug Gibson – Auditorium|
|9:45–10:45||Brave New World: e-Reading, e-Editing, and e-Publishing – Jennifer Latham||Faster Editing: Using PerfectIt to Check Consistency and House Style – Daniel Heuman||Reading Pictures: How to Edit Graphic Novels – Alison Kooistra||Resumé Strategies for the Online Job Search – Pamela Paterson||*†Subcontracting: Options, Opportunities, and Risks / La sous-traitance : options, occasions et risques – Michelle Boulton, Elizabeth d'Anjou, Elizabeth Macfie, Carolyne Roy|
|11:00–12:00||How to Achieve Financial Security in Your Business and Personal Life – Philip Boland||e-Merging in Social Media to Win Clients – Erin Brenner||Beyond the Plain Language Edit – Claire Foley, Tracy Torchetti||Tracking Change in Canadian Publishing – Gillian Buckley, Jen Knoch, Alana Wilcox, Noelle Allen||New Editorial and Publishing Technologies – Carolyn Brown|
|Lunch and Learn|
|Financial Planning for the Professional Editor – Oran Boyle||All About Certification: A Q&A Forum – Moira White, Frances Peck||*Unconference: The Senior Editor's Roundtable (part 1) – Iva Cheung|
|1:00–2:00||No Longer Business as Usual: Copyright Issues in e-Merging Methods and Markets – Erin Finlay||Every Good e-Book Needs a Good Editor: Demystifying EPUB Structure for Non-coders – Christen Thomas||Editors Making Drugs: Your Career in Regulatory Medical Writing – Danielle St. Pierre||Le point sur l’Agrément de l’ACR – Sandra Gravel||*Working as an In-house Managing Editor – Brooke Smith, Robert Steckling, Tracy Torchetti|
|2:00–3:00||Break and Annual General Meeting Registration|
|3:00–5:00||EAC Annual General Meeting|
Sunday, June 8
|9:00–10:00||Career Mojo at Work: Deceptively Simple Strategies for Times of "Crazy Busy" – Eileen Chadnick||An Introduction to Search Engine Optimization – Anne Godlewski||Our Changing Language: When Does Wrong Become Right? – James Harbeck||*†Collaboration: A Key to Success in the Publication Process / La collaboration : la clé du succès dans le processus de publication – Christine Hastie||*Dirty Editing: The Collapsing Editorial Process (part 1) – Rosemary Shipton, Sue Earl, Tammy Burns|
|10:15–11:15||Protecting Yourself in Your Digital World: Preventative Maintenance from a Computer Security Perspective – Jeffrey Peck||Enlighten Others—and Get Paid for It: How to Launch and Run a Training Business – Graham Young||Do You Speak Brand? Learning to Love the Lingo! – Jeannette Hanna||Travailler dans l’édition français-langue-seconde – Tanjah Estelle Karoven, Caroline Kloss||*Dirty Editing: The Collapsing Editorial Process (part 2) – Rosemary Shipton, Sue Earl, Tammy Burns|
|11:30–12:30||*Advanced Acrobatics: Tips and Tricks for PDF Mark-up – Adrienne Montgomerie||Ergonomic Balance: Make Your Workstation Work for Your Life! – Efan Gonsalves, Joseph Trambulo||How to Edit a Blog (and When and Why You Should) – Tammy Burns||†Editing Translations / Réviser les traductions – Lesley Cameron, Marie-Christine Payette||Digital Publishing Opens Up New Opportunities for Pro Editors – Mark Lefebvre|
|Lunch and Learn|
|Speed Mentoring (pre-registration required) / Mentorat éclair (préinscription requit)||Not-So-Senior Editors: A Q&A for Beginners (open drop-in) – Janet MacMillan|
|1:30–2:30||An Introduction to Project Management – Julie McKenna||XML for Humans: Non-geek Discussion of a Geek-chic Topic – Bernard Aschwanden||The No-Year Plan – David Hayes||Indigenous Writing and Editing – Lee Maracle||The Future of Self-publishing and Editors – Arlene Prunkl, Donna Dawson, Mark Lefebvre, Vanessa Ricci-Thode|
|2:45–3:45||The Taxation of Income Earned from the Provision of Creative Services: An Overview – Thomas Bang, Jason Simon||How to Leverage LinkedIn to Showcase Your Editorial Expertise – Leslie Hughes||Tabula Rasa: Setting Content Free with Tablet Magazines – Stacey McLeod||†Earn More by Working for Free / Les affaires du bénévolat – Carolyn Burke, Jacqueline Dinsmore, Sophie Pallota||*Unconference: The Senior Editor's Roundtable (part 2) – Iva Cheung|
|4:00–4:45||Closing Keynote: Terry Fallis – Auditorium|
|Business and Career||Editing 2.0||Editorial Niches||Language and Culture||Tools and Technology|
*The senior editor stream: Sessions marked with an asterisk are aimed at mid-career and senior editors. These sessions have been designed for editors who have experience in the topic or the background to discuss a new topic at a higher level. Editors who have already mastered the fundamentals will find these sessions informative, challenging, and sure to incite some “a-ha” moments. Many of the senior editor sessions and panels are roundtables that will call for attendees to discuss the subject and contribute to the knowledge being shared, so practical knowledge is a definite asset.
†The bilingual stream: Sessions marked with a dagger are aimed at editors who have a working knowledge of both French and English. However, session attendees need not be perfectly fluent in both languages. All that is required is a basic oral understanding of both languages and an open mind. We hope these sessions will give both primarily anglophone and primarily francophone members a chance to meet and network with a wider pool of colleagues.
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