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Autumn has officially arrived, and you have two new opportunities to enhance your indexing knowledge. Jan Wright brings us insight on working with clients who need embedded indexing, and Jim Fuhr gives us an intro to James Lamb’s CUP/XML WordEmbed. In this issue of See Also, read about the Pacific Northwest Chapter's fall event, discover […]
October 16, 2019 Based on a text of Jim Fuhr's, the presentation will cover the basics of preparing a Word document for conversion into book form by Cambridge University Press or its affiliates. During this one-hour webinar, you will learn: Reasons for embedding; CUP/XML’s relation to other embedding programs; Its basic operations: ease and difficulties; […]
Replay Available Now Embedded indexing involves more complex communication with your client to ensure that the project goes well. With file management, font choices, and project schedules to understand, it is important to establish good communication. Your clients may not understand what embedding involves, and it is often up to you to educate them. In […]
ASI’s 2019 Excellence in Indexing Award committee is pleased to announce that Sheila Ryan is the winner of the 2019 award for her index to Churchill Documents, Vol. 21. Weighing in at over 2,000 pages, that book is part of a multivolume set by Martin Gilbert that includes eight biographical volumes as well as twenty […]
The American Society for Indexing (ASI) is pleased to announce that the 2019 Theodore C. Hines Award for continuous dedication and exceptional service to ASI is awarded to Fred Leise. More »»»
This three-part course is designed for those who are interested in entering the field of legal indexing as well as those who seek to move from indexing of related areas that are not wholly the purview of attorneys into more specialized legal areas. For example, an indexer may have experience working with texts that are […]
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