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    Editing Digital texts
    Friday, 25 May 2018

    Digital publishing is a moving target. Not only does the technology change, but content on websites and apps is liable to be updated, corrected, expanded or completely revamped – sometimes rapidly. Content may be accessed across multiple platforms, formats and devices, incorporating images, audio and video.

    The workshop is aimed at editors from a print background wishing to expand their skills. It covers editing for onscreen delivery rather than technical aspects like tagging, markup languages or coding.

    You can email questions before any of the workshops to the professional development coordinator (who coordinates workshops) at ednsw.profdev@iped-editors.org

    9.30am – 4.30 pm (Registration from 9 am with tea & coffee)


    Pamela Hewitt

    Pamela Hewitt is an IPEd-accredited editor who has worked in editing and publishing for over 25 years. After an in-house career in educational and academic editing, she established a freelance editorial business specialising in fiction and memoir. A qualified teacher and experienced lecturer, Pamela has presented face-to-face and online editing and writing programs for universities, colleges, writers’ centres and societies of editors around Australia and internationally.

    UTS Short Courses venue
    Level 7, 235 Jones St
    Ultimo NSW 2007
    This venue is wheelchair accessible and has an ambulant bathroom.

    Bookings: https://iped.memnet.com.au/MemberSelfService/EventBooking.aspx?selectedEventId=160
    BOOKINGS CLOSE: Sunday 20 May 2018

    Cost for each workshop:
    $230 for members and affiliated organisations; $150 for distance members (more than 200 km from Sydney CBD); $390 for non-members. Costs includes morning and afternoon teas and casual lunch of sandwiches, juices and fresh fruit, with water available all day; please indicate dietary preferences in your booking details.
    NB: While not all workshops require a laptop, participants are always welcome to bring their laptop to any workshop. Wifi and A/C power are available at the venue.
    If the workshop is full, please contact us on the email address below and we will place your name on a waitlist. If we have a sufficient number of people on the list, we can consider running the course again in future.

    For any further information contact:

    You can find all past workshop details listed under the Events tab at the top of the home page and a map of the venue. The Workshops page.