Accessibility measures work best when they are embedded in content from the start. This series of webinars examines the accessibility considerations that editors are most likely to come across in their work.
In a crowded market, a book review can help generate interest in a title and boost sales, thus supporting an author’s career.
This 90-minute webinar will provide you with evidence-based strategies to edit academic writing outside of STEM fields.
Want to reach a greater audience using plain language? Learn how in this interactive webinar with Cheryl Stephens, the founder of the new PLAIN Canada. With over 30 years of experience helping clients become better communicators, Cheryl will show you how to simplify your message, engage readers, and get your message across.
Have you ever wondered how CP Style decisions are made? And why they sometimes change? Would you like tips on how to speed up your editing process? Or maybe you need an update on current gender-neutral language, or guidance on how to handle bullets? Then this is the webinar for you. Drawing on her past experience as the senior supervising editor for The Canadian Press and long-time editor of the CP Stylebook, Patti Tasko will take you through the answers to all these questions and so much more in this webinar.
Not sure what a copyleft agreement is? What about a most favoured nation clause? In this introductory webinar, Dania Sheldon will guide you through an overview of the world of copyright and permissions from photographs to lyrics and everything in between.
Want to start editing scientific and engineering documents? Learn how from the best! With 20 years of experience as an international science writer and editor, Christa Bedwin knows the unique challenges of working in these fields. This webinar will help boost your confidence and prepare you for this new challenge. The webinar will cover important style guides and resources, special industry and government needs, unique issues to keep in mind when editing STEM documents, and tips to effectively communicate edits to scientists.
As a result of attending this session, attendees will be able to look at existing content with fresh eyes to dramatically decrease information overload.
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.
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.