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Documentation des ateliers

Pratiques en affaires

Networking 2.0: Growing Your Client Base Through Social Media / Réseautage 2.0 : accroître sa clientèle grâce aux médias sociaux

Sue Archer, Suzanne Purkis

Inbox Zero, or Calming Down Monkey Mind

Luigi Benetton

Making It Work: Editors in the New “Freelance Economy”

Jaclyn Law, Rachel Stuckey

Get Booked Solid: A Simple Growth Plan for Your Business

Jessica Oman

Freelancing on the Road: How to Be a Digital Nomad / Pigiste sur la route : comment être un nomade digital

Rachel Stuckey

Pratiques en révision

Le style APA en français : enjeux et ressources disponibles

Anne Curry

Are You Certifiable? Preparing for EAC’s Certification Exams

Jeanne McKane, Anne Brennan

Marchés nouveaux et en croissance

Editing for the Web Without Lowering Your Standards

Erin Brenner

Editing Copy for the Mobile Web and App Development

Christina Vasilevski

Langage clair

The Plain Language Edit: When Client Expectations Clash with Reality

Tracy Torchetti, Claire Foley

PANEL: The Plain Language Process—Professionals Share Tips on Successful Projects

Kate Harrison Whiteside, Cheryl Stephens, Tracy Torchetti, Claire Foley

The “General Public” as Audience Is Not an Amorphous Mass

Cheryl Stephens

Relations

How to Work with Self-Publishing Authors: The Agony and the Ecstasy

Arlene Prunkl

Réviseurs d’expérience

Become a Writing Coach: Earn More and Promote Your Editing Business

Elizabeth Macfie

PANEL: Those Who Can, Do—And They Teach

Christine Peets, Kathe Lieber, Elizabeth D’Anjou, Erin Brenner, Heidi Turner

Outils et technologies

It’s Not Me, It’s You: Improving Your Relationship with Your Computer

Daniel Heuman

How Editors Can Use Crowdfunding / Comment les réviseurs peuvent utiliser le sociofinancement

Greg Ioannou