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August 2021 IPEd newsletter

August 2021 IPEd newsletter

August 2021Vol. 2 No. 7 | ISSN: 2652-5836 Feature article Editors as boundary umpires For an audience of Australian editors, few things are as fascinating as listening to a professor of linguistics talk about developments in Australian English. It’s a bit like...
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Sharing conference articles In this issue we start sharing articles written by volunteer authors from the presentations at the recent highly successful IPEd conference. The articles will appear in forthcoming issues and will be tagged with #IPEdConf21 for ease of...

Cryptic crossword No. 9

by Mark Taylor ACROSS 1. Sailor, fed up, gets nothing at all (4) 4. Epilogue always gives expression to striving (9) 9. One before one — by first principle (1,6) 10. Primate, two-thirds rat, turned up — found in old Persian Armoury (7) 11. ‘Healthy’ for smokers once?...

Book review: The Art of Gathering

by Elizabeth Spiegel AE The Art of Gathering: How we meet and why it matters, by Priya Parker We humans gather a lot. We get together for dinner parties, school reunions, weddings, funerals, workplace bonding activities … and conferences. Gatherings can be boring or...

August 2021 EdsQ

President invites all to the great Oxford comma debate by Christine Atkinson Hi all Should the Oxford, Harvard or serial comma be adopted, used and applied in Australia? If you just shouted an answer, the Great debate between EdsQ (affirmative) and EdWA (negative) is...

August 2021 EdSA

Welcome to new members A warm welcome to our new members: Professional members: Lisa Toole and Gillian Anderson Associate members: Antoinette Jones, Elsie Cassar and Todd DearingStudent member: Cameron Rutherford We hope you enjoy being part of EdSA and take advantage...