7th IPEd Conference
7th IPEd Conference
‘write | edit | index’, Canberra, 6–9 May 2015.
The Canberra Society of Editors (CSE) together with the Australian and New Zealand Society of Indexers (ANZSI) hosted ‘write | edit | index’, the 2015 Australian Conference For Editors, Indexers, and Publishing Professionals which incorporated the 7th IPEd National Conference.
The full conference program [PDF 5.7MB] and some papers have been submitted for publication on this website:
- Automatic indexing of newspaper clippings [PDF 728KB] by Grisoula Giopoulos
- Editing ‘foreign English’ academic writing [PDF 472KB] by Tina Thornton
- Everything in its right place: fiction continuity [PDF 2.7MB] by Sarah JH Fletcher
- Digital first: making the transition from print to online publishing [PDF 374KB] by Bobby Graham
- Overuse injuries: prevention and management for editors and indexers [PDF 3.6MB] by Sarah JH Fletcher
- AGS one-page editorial style guide [PDF 72KB] by David Whitbread
- Creating online resources [PDF 1.4MB] by Hilary Cadman
- Maintaining consistency through a staggered delivery process [PDF 1.1MB] by Maryam Ahmad et al
- The Matrix Reloaded – EPUB ebook indexing [PDF 124KB] by Glenda Browne
- Teaching editing; online approaches to a moving target [PDF 708KB] by Pamela Hewitt
- Viva La Novella editing competition [PDF 872KB] by Pamela Hewitt
- Demystifying numbers [PDF 1.2MB] by Denise Holden
- Briefing editors and indexers presentation [PDF 532KB] and handout [PDF 403KB] by John Linnegar
- From bakkies to takkies [PDF 606KB] by John Linnegar
- Mentoring for editors in Australia grows up and out [PDF 165KB] by Elizabeth Murphy and Ted Briggs
- Editing within and for markup languages [PDF 1.7MB] by Linda Nix
- Editors and integrators in interdisciplinary environmental assessments [PDF 3.1MB] by Becky Schmidt
- The editor as the user experience designer [PDF 2.3MB] by Iaan Wiltshire
- IPEd Prize Winner 2014 – Brenda Gurr [PDF 124KB]
All presenters whose papers are available on this site retain copyright over their papers.
The conference blog is archived on the ANZSI website.