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Happy 2018 to everyone! While many of us are having an unusually cold start of the year, at ASI we’re still moving along with activities and planning for the upcoming conference in April. Hope to see you there. Call for Submissions: Excellence in Indexing Award 2018 Hines Award Call for Nominations In Memoriam – David […]
2018 ASI Annual Conference Cleveland, Ohio, United States April 26-28, 2018 Ready for a great conference experience in 2018? It all starts with a great program. Dates: April 27-28, 2018. (Pre-conference workshops and the ASI board meeting will be held Thursday, April 26.) Call for Presentation Proposals We learn best by sharing and discussing. So, […]
Are you especially proud of an index you wrote for a book that was published last year? Then consider submitting it for the 2018 ASI Excellence in Indexing Award. Nominations for the award are welcome from indexers or publishers and will be accepted through February 15, 2018. The ASI Award recognizes the normally anonymous indexers […]
Nominations Due February 17, 2018 ASI’s Theodore C. Hines Award recognizes those who have made exceptional contributions to ASI and to the indexing profession. The deadline for submitting a nomination for the 2018 award is February 17, 2018. Please consider making a nomination for ASI’s highest honor! Hines Award nominees should demonstrate an ongoing commitment […]
Building Your Blog: Content Creation to Enhance Your Success with Meghan Miller Brawley Wednesday, November 1, 2017 9 am Pacific; 10 am Mtn; 11 am Central; 12 pm Eastern Blogging has been around for long enough that it’s often overlooked when it comes to social-media-heavy marketing. While indexing isn’t usually the first subject people think […]
ASI Online Learning Replay: How to Create Brilliantly Structured Indexes: A Metatopic- and Pan-Granular-Based Process
Designed for indexers of all experience levels, including advanced indexers, this three-session course focuses on the rarely discussed topic of index structure. Index structure can make or break the usability of an index, and many indexers often spend inordinate amounts of time during the indexing and editing process revising and reworking their existing index structure. […]
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