Wham! Pow! Shazam! In this webinar, you'll learn some cool editorial moves to help you break into the graphic novel and comic book scene.
LaTeX is the “de facto standard for the communication and publication of scientific documents.”* This webinar will give you a basic understanding of LaTeX and teach you how to edit effectively within LaTeX.
This webinar series will draw on examples of editors’ online portfolios to help you determine what kind of portfolio you want to build, what content you might include in you portfolio, and whether and how to integrate a portfolio with your existing website.
This webinar will provide a practical overview of typography, layout, and other design tips that will help non-designers improve the readability of the documents they create.
Learn from a seasoned expert all the parts, features, tools, settings, styles, and shortcuts you’ll need to handle layout, typography, graphic elements, colours, and output.
Try your hand at copy editing a short text provided in advance, then see how a seasoned editor works through it with lively and informative running commentary: explaining the edits, discussing alternative possibilities, pointing out how the editing tasks relate to the Editors Canada standards for copy editing, and recommending resources for further study.
Gutenberg, the name of the new editor, is a new publishing experience for WordPress: get ready to make your words, pictures, and layout look as good on screen as they do in your imagination, without any code.
Taxes, HST/GST, revenue, expenses... When you work for yourself, your business finances are your personal finances, and if you're not careful, things can get very messy! This webinar will help you learn how to run your sole-proprietorship finances.
In this webinar, we’ll dust off the most intriguing old-school syntax techniques and explore how they can punch up your copy. We all know that rearranging a sentence can make it sharper and stronger. But why? What logic lies behind that magical untangling?
Réviser un texte, c’est plus que de remarquer les erreurs d’orthographe ou de grammaire. Cet atelier offre aux réviseurs débutants toute l’information nécessaire pour les aider à améliorer leurs performances.