2013 conference papers

NEC-logo_banner_trans1The society hosted the 6th IPEd National Editors Conference in at The Esplanade Hotel in Fremantle in April 2013.

Conference program

Conference papers

Blackwood – The ethics of editing scientific papers in Chinglish: Should the editor also be a critic?

Briggs Murphy – Mentoring: no barriers

Curtin – Crossing the editor-author borderlands

Hanet-Hutchins – Editing outside the box: why, and how, freelance editors are in a prime position to thrive in the digital publishing landscape

Leong – Bringing science and maths to today’s youth

Linnegar – Text editing across cultures in a multilingual society: South African English as a case study

McDevitt – Editors who blog: exploring editorial practice through blogging

Mrva-Montoya – Editing skills in the era of digital [r]evolution

Nichols – Getting it wrong: has near enough become good enough?

Perkins – Creating a magazine: satisfying the organisation and the reader
Peters – Editing across border: state, national, professional

Price – A murder of darlings: the editor, the experience gap and children’s authorship

Schmidt Ahmad – Editorial workflows: collaborating and integrating across physical and scientific borders

Schmidt Ahmad – Standardising variations in the language of natural resource management across state, discipline and audience borders

Sharp – Editing across cultural borders in Southeast Asia

Spiegel – Creating an accessible web: the editor’s role

Underwood Knight Burch – In conversation with the author, the editor and the designer

White Cutten Jones – The art and science of editing geological maps

 

 

 

 

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