A module for new commissioning editors who want to get the best from their author relationships.
An introduction to the work of a copy-editor, where it fits in to the publishing process and different ways of working.
Understand and prepare for the ways in which your relationship with an author will develop and change throughout the lifespan of a project.
Learn how to manage and communicate the detail of your copy-editing so that you create a positive relationship with your author.
Expand your copy-editing practice to include fiction.
Understand how to process and mark up drawings for a publication.
Upgrade your editing skills with this e-Learning Module focused on the three main systems of including references for cited work.
Understand the power of editorial and house style for executing effective copy-editing.
Gain an understanding of how layout and typesetting is carried out, and how to mark up and prepare typescripts to help typesetters – and avoid hindering them.
An introduction to the roles, functions and terminology involved with marketing in the publishing industry.
An introduction to the work of a proofreader, whether dealing with books and journals or company reports and brochures.
An introduction to the departments, roles, functions and processes that make up the UK book and journal publishing industry.
Know how to acquire and protect the content you need to be a successful publisher.
Learn how to guide a publication through its production, whether print or electronic, by using appropriate tools and approaches to track the project and keep those involved informed.
Acquire the skills needed to work efficiently with PDFs.
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