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August 2021 EdTas

From the President by Elizabeth Spiegel AE The conference is over, feedback has been collected, reports are being written and papers being collected for publishing. Delegates have until the end of September to catch up on recorded sessions (every presentation from 29...

August 2021 EdVic

From the President by Stephanie Holt August’s letter is being written just as Victoria goes into lockdown once more. Playing the COVID hokey-pokey is a wearying game. One foot in, one foot out, locked down, not locked down, a bit too much turning around … I hope it’s...

Off the edge: planning for the unplanned

by Katie Lawry AE Presentation by Sally Asnicar at the IPEd conference. Sally’s presentation on planning for the unplanned was an excellent reminder of good business practices that many of us think about, but often forget to actually put in place. Sparked by some...

Inclusive publishing in Australia in context

by Julie Ganner AE Presentation by Agata Mrva-Montoya at the IPEd conference. Agata Mrva-Montoya’s engaging IPEd conference presentation, “Inclusive publishing in Australia in context”, began with an overview of why accessibility is important — not least because of...

PerfectIt teams with CMOS

by Margie Beilharz Many editors swear by PerfectIt as a must-have tool to help produce consistent and style-adhering texts. A new style sheet to be released on 10 August, developed in conjunction with The Chicago Manual of Style (CMOS), takes PerfectIt to a new level...