Focus: Academic reference systems and how to handle in-text and end references
Date: Saturday 24 February 2018
Time: 09:00 for 09:30 to 13:00
Place: Committee Room, Centre for the Book (CFB), Queen Victoria Street, Cape Town
Presenter: Inga Norenius
More about our presenter
Inga Norenius is a freelance text editor with over 20 years’ experience in educational as well as scholarly and academic publishing. She has trained many fledgling editors and project managers and is a mentor in PEG’s mentoring programme. Currently she edits narrative non-fiction, runs training courses for McGillivray Linnegar Associates and continues to hone her fencing skills with deadlines.
Attendees are welcome to send any questions about reference techniques for Inga’s attention beforehand to the Western Cape Branch committee. Questions must be received by Monday 19 February 2018. Please send your questions to Corné Janse van Rensburg (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The following guides will be on sale at the workshop:
- Consistency, consistency, consistency: PEG’s guide to style guides (third edition) by John Linnegar with Paul Schamberger and Jill Bishop at R40
- The business of editing: The PEG guide to setting up and running your small business (second edition) by Jill Bishop, John Linnegar and Linda Pretorius at R50
- Marketing your freelance services: The PEG guide for practitioners by John Linnegar with Jenny de Wet and Lia Marus at R70
The price of the workshop, including refreshments, is:
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(before or on 16 February 2018)
(before or on 21 February 2018)
Owing to the size of the venue, attendance is limited to 24 attendees. To book your place, please complete the registration form and return it along with proof of payment to Ellyn Barry at email@example.com by Friday 16 February 2018 (early-bird rate) or by Wednesday 21 February 2018 (normal rate).
Make use of the early-bird special: save money and secure your spot for this workshop by registering early!