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Stuff students want to know

Stuff students want to know

By Stephanie Holt AE (edvic.president@iped-editors.org) A few times a year, Editors Victoria holds an “Ask an Editor!” Q&A for editing students, and there are always some curly questions. Luckily our guest panellists Caroline Arnoul and Margaret Trudgeon were up...
My mentorship experience at IPEd

My mentorship experience at IPEd

By Ashley Valli Back in April of this year, I was lucky enough to receive a sponsored mentorship with IPEd. I applied for this mentorship hoping to improve my editing skills while I worked towards the IPEd accreditation exam. I also wanted to improve my knowledge...
Books without barriers

Books without barriers

By Julie Ganner AE, Chair, Accessibility Initiative Working Party   The first draft of Books without barriers, the new guide by the Accessibility Initiative Working Party (AIWP) writing team, is complete. The manuscript is now being reviewed by trade and educational...

November 2022 EdVic

From the president By Stephanie Holt AE (edvic.president@iped-editors.org) Thoughts have been with regional and interstate colleagues this past month as the rains and flooding wreak havoc in so many areas. Let’s hope for a drier, sunnier, calmer November, as we head...

November 2022 EdsQ

From the president Looking ahead By Glenine Hamlyn AE, President, Editors Queensland (edqld.president@iped-editors.org)   In early August this year, I donned the mantle of the president of EdsQ, succeeding Christine Atkinson, whom I sincerely thank for her service...