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06. Kat Noftz Nagel: Editing Best Practices for Online, Print and Content Strategy (Jan 19, 2012)

Kat Nagel
Kat Noftz Nagel presents: Editing Best Practices for Online, Print and Content Strategy

January 19, 2012, Thursday
5:30 pm- 7:00 pm - Networking & Refreshments
7:00 pm - 8:30pm - Presentation / Virtual Presentation
 
What makes technical editing technical? (and more trick questions)... 
Kat describes the session as:
 
An introduction to the folklore, popular culture, and best practices of an interesting profession, with truths learned over mumblemumble years of experience and a dash of crowd-sourced advice from fellow practitioners...
 
Isn't technical editing just normal editing with different source material?
  • What does a technical editor edit?
  • What does a technical editor do differently than a normal editor, and why does it matter?
  • Why do project requirements often include a specific technical degree?
  • What tools and resources make technical editing easier/faster/more rewarding financially and personally?
  • Horror stories, gotchas, and open Q&A
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Location

Thomson Reuters
195 Broadway/Fulton
New York, NY 10007

Room # TBA
Contact # (917)-312-1567

IMPORTANT: Be sure to bring a picture ID to show security at the main entrance. You must RSVP and be on the list at security. No walk-ins will be allowed.
 
 

Registration

Register for Jan. 19: Kat Nagel 
 
Please register early. DEADLINE for REGISTRATION - one day before the meeting. Weblink will be sent one day before the meeting.

  

All registrations are transferable but non-refundable.  
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