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I have a two Masters degrees from the University of British Columbia (UBC). One is in Library and Information Studies and the other is a Masters in Archival Studies. At UBC, I took two indexing courses. I have also completed the Simon Fraser University Indexing course (Instructor: Heather Ebbs) and the U California Berkeley course (Instructor: Fred Leise). Because of my work schedule (full-time at Surrey Public Library), I have...
Je travaille dans l'indexation depuis 2006, date d'obtention du diplôme du cours d'indexation de l'USDA. Autres diplômes : Maîtrise en bibliothéconomie et informatique (MLIS) de McGill. Baccalauréat en génie de l'ETS. Emplois précédents : en anglais et français pour les bibliothèques et le gouvernement à Montréal.
I have been indexing English and French books for 11 years, ever since I completed the USDA Indexing course in 2006. Previously I graduated from McGill University (MLIS) and ETS (B.Eng. in French). I have also worked in English and French libraries and for the Quebec government.
As an indexer, I can help your readers find what they’re looking for by writing an index that reflects the spirit and substance of your book. As an editor, I offer a range of editorial services to print and online publishers; small businesses and non-profit organizations; and individual clients. My twenty years’ editing experience and more recent indexing work are underpinned by substantial and ongoing professional training. I specialize in art...
An indexer, editor and writer for over 35 years, I have written hundreds of indexes in a broad range of subjects and styles. I am a past president of both the Indexing Society of Canada and the Editors' Association of Canada and have served in a great many other roles for both organizations. I'm the winner both of ISC/SCI's 2011 Tamarack Award and the Editors' Association's 1986 Fairley Award for Editorial Excellence. I've...
Indexer since 2000. Work has been mostly freelance, but with short-term contract indexing jobs for Microsoft. Clients include university presses, textbook publishers, and trade publishers. Previous work as a reference librarian in university, company, and medical settings. Experience with a wide breadth of subjects. Challenging scholarly books welcome! E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org; ALTERNATE E-MAIL: WriteGuruSeattle@gmail.com
Twenty-five years experience; primary work is with major US publishers including PenguinRandomHouse; HarperCollins; Hachette; HarperOne, and Simon & Schuster, Averaging over 40 indexes per year, I usually have indexed a current nonfiction work on the NYT Bestseller list. Rush indexing available. List of recent indexes and samples available upon request. I am a former president of the American Society for Indexing and a Wilson Award for Excellence in Indexing winner.
I have been a freelance indexer and editor since 2012, and have 25 years experience as a manager with the provincial government. I have a BSc (Physical Sciences) and a BA (Sociology). In addition, I have completed an array of courses in the publishing program at Ryerson University. I am also a member of Editors Canada.