with Fred Leise
This webinar was recorded September 17, 2014
This webinar will help you improve your indexing skills through an exploration of the world of subheadings. We will focus on three major areas: the purposes of subheadings, characteristics of successful subheadings, and common subheading problems. The core of the presentation is a discussion of 10 heuristics that are easy to follow and will enable you to more easily create better subheadings.
From this webinar, you will:
- Understand the purposes of subheadings
- Determine the characteristics of successful subheadings
- Learn to easily create better subheadings
Fred Leise is ASI's president-elect (for the second time). He has been indexing since 1995, focusing mainly on scholarly works in the humanities, including history and international relations. He serves as one of the instructors for the UC Berkeley online indexing course and is a founding member of the Institute of Certified indexers. In addition, Fred is taxonomy consultant, regularly working on projects with K Street Partners.
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