Indexing News

  • Upcoming Events: Indexing in Digital Environments with the Pacific Northwest Chapter of the American Society for Indexing in Vancouver, WA September 15, 2018. I’ll discuss indexing for digital publications, giving an overview of the current state of the field and the software, skills, and training that indexers need to work in it, as well as future directions. We’ll continue with a panel of indexers who are working in different digital environments, including Jan Wright, Sam Arnold-Boyd, and other local professionals.
  • The AMA Manual of Style, 10th Edition, a superb guide for authors and editors is available online. I highly recommend this editorial manual, especially for Chapter 13, Medical Indexes.

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Indexing News

  • Upcoming Events: Index-Manager Webinars
    Basic: Tuesday August 28th, 6:00 pm Central European Summer Time, 12:00 pm Eastern Time, 11:00 am Central, 10:00 am Mountain, and 9:00 am Pacific (US and Canada)
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  • Upcoming Events: Embedded indexing: tips and techniques, software programs, and best practices interactive workshop at the Western New York Chapter Fall Meeting of the American Society for Indexing (ASI), September 8, 2018, Tompkins County Public Library (tcpl.org) Borg Warner East Room, Ithaca, NY. I will provide some demonstrations and there will be plenty of time for questions. Bring your laptop so you can really participate and get some hands-on learning with me. Questions? Contact Lisa DeBoer, WNY Chapter President, at wny@asindexing.org
  • Upcoming Events: Indexing in Digital Environments with the Pacific Northwest Chapter of the American Society for Indexing in Vancouver, WA September 15, 2018. I’ll discuss indexing for digital publications, giving an overview of the current state of the field and the software, skills, and training that indexers need to work in it. We will also glimpse into future possibilities and trends. We’ll continue with a panel of indexers who are working in different digital environments, including Jan Wright, Sam Arnold-Boyd, and other local professionals.
  • The AMA Manual of Style, 10th Edition, a superb guide for authors and editors is available online. I highly recommend this editorial manual, especially for Chapter 13, Medical Indexes.

Pilar