The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) is seeking an editor to join its education products team and manage Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine. ACEP represents more than 30,000 emergency doctors, residents, and students, providing professional development, advocacy, and continuing education.
Developed by renowned word-player and Alice in Wonderland author Lewis Carroll, doublets are a word pair linked by a chain of words formed by changing only one letter at a time. For Carroll, the object was to get from the first word to the last using the shortest possible chain of words in between. Carroll’s 1879 Doublets: A Word-Puzzle is available as a free Google eBook.
The American Library Association (ALA) publishing department is seeking a managing editor in Chicago. The publishing department provides print and digital materials for librarians, to help them develop professionally, improve library services, and promote its vision of the “importance of libraries, literacy and free access to information.”
Having recently spent some time filling in a pile of missing references in an academic work, I was surprised to find that I did not hate the online bibliography creator I used.
I first encountered auto-generated bibliographies five or more years ago, when an author informed me that my many edits to a reference list couldn’t be correct because the bibliography had been created using BibMe. Not a great introduction.
What was true then is true now -- even the best bibliography generators still need careful review.
McMurry/TMG (Copyediting’s own publisher) is seeking a managing editor in Washington, DC, for a leading travel organization’s website and social media presence. McMurry/TMG has 30 years of custom-publishing experience and is now the largest independent content-marketing agency in the United States.
We’re gearing up for a happy holiday weekend here in the United States as we celebrate Independence Day tomorrow. Finalize fireworks-watching plans? Check. Make sure flag-displaying etiquette is correct? Check. Use the proper vocabulary during fireworks watching and flag displaying? Better check!
Do you know your fireworks from your flag works? Match the term with its appropriate definition. [Difficulty level: moderate]
International Executive Service Corps (IESC) is seeking a technical writer and editor for a short-term, contract position in its Afghanistan Assistance in Building Afghanistan by Developing Enterprises (ABADE) Program. Launched by President Johnson in 1964, IESC is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting stability and prosperity through local, private-sector economic development. This year, IESC is celebrating 50 years, 200 programs and more than 25,000 projects in 130 countries, and the creation of more than 1.5 million jobs.