Author Archive | Gwen Henson

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Changes are afoot! ASI seeks next editor of See Also

ASI is seeking a new editor for See Also, ASI’s monthly newsletter. See Also contains news of ASI events, industry news and news from sister associations, prepared in easily digestible bites. The goal of ASI is to create a publication that keeps members informed and well represents the association in the public eye.

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Call for Nominations for 2022 Hines Award

Nominations Due March 11, 2022 Call for Hines Nominations 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 2022 award is March 11, 2022. Please consider making a nomination for ASI’s highest service honor! Hines Award nominees […]

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ASI Indexing Income Survey for 2021

Every five years, the American Society for Indexing (ASI) conducts an in-depth survey of indexers to take a snapshot of the industry including demographics, financial trends (pricing, earnings, salary data, etc.), company style, areas of growth and overall strength. This data allows members to see how their individual skills, interests, and goals can fit into […]

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ASI Online Learning Course: The Queen of Sciences—Indexing Theology, Spirituality, and Religion

Three-Part Course with Kate Mertes. Thomas Aquinas referred to theology as “The Queen of Sciences.” Yet, scholarly journals bemoan the distressing lack of denominational support and resources for serious theological texts. The readership for religion-themed books remains very high and numerous presses specialize in texts on religious topics. For indexers, this is an important field […]

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ASI Webinar Replay: “Sources: Evaluating for Reliability”
with Kelly Delevan, MSIS

Replay available now. “Sources: Evaluating for Reliability” with Kelly Delevan. With the rise of misinformation and disinformation on the open web, it is becoming increasingly difficult to determine the credibility of information sources. Kelly Delevan, Information Literacy Librarian at Syracuse University Libraries, will guide participants through a series of tools and techniques that can be […]

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