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It’s already April! We hope you’ll join us later this month at our annual conference in Scottsdale, Arizona. We have a lot happening at ASI. Our conference “Bloom in the Desert” is nearly here, the Hines Award winner has been announced, and we have a new editor of Key Words. More »»»
Two experts present all-day workshops to boost your indexing expertise. Heather Ebbs teaches New Indexers: Indexing from A to Z. Fred Leise presents Climbing Camelback: Intermediate/Advanced Topics in Indexing. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to substantially advance your indexing skills. More »»»
ASI Annual Conference Scottsdale, Arizona April 25-27, 2019 The ASI Conference for 2019 is in Scottsdale, Arizona. The American Society for Indexing has announced that its 2019 conference will be held in beautiful Scottsdale, Arizona. Mark your calendar for April 25-27, 2019 when indexers from across the country will gather in the sunny Southwest for […]
Learn more about your incoming board members Our incoming board members will be installed on April 27, 2019, at the ASI Conference. Join us in Scottsdale, Arizona, at "Bloom in the Desert," for the annual meeting and board installation. Meghan Miller Brawley (President Elect) Biography Meghan came to indexing in 2012, after an initial career […]
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 »»»
ASI Webinar Replay: Textbook Indexing—Basic skills and guidelines to create a good textbook index
Wednesday, March 13, 2019 Textbook Indexing—Basic skills and guidelines to create a good textbook index Learn the pros and cons of updating vs. original creation of textbook indexes. Understand how to handle non-text material such as glossaries, graphics, appendices, etc. Find out how to create multiple name, subject, and company indexes simultaneously. 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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