Classes

Editing 101

This specialized class is designed for those who are in the editing industry (or who want to become freelance editors). This hands-on, interactive class will provide detailed discussions about the field, editing skills, and the business and IT requirements necessary to succeed. This class provides advanced discussions about the editing field, query processes, and running a successful business. Learn how to run your editing business like a professional. Read more about the on-site course, or read about the correspondence course.

Grammar 101

Editorial Inspirations offers this specialized class designed for those who are in the editing industry (or who want to become freelance editors), as well as for people who write for a living (and who doesn’t!). This hands-on, interactive class will provide detailed discussions about parts of speech, clauses, phrases, parallel structure, comparisons, double negatives, modifiers, punctuation, and spelling. Read More.

Indexing 101

Have you thought about learning to index books? Have you written a book and are thinking about indexing the book yourself? Do you index books but would like a refresher course? In this class, we will review the fundamentals and theory of indexing. Once those items are understood, we will put our new-found knowledge into practice by indexing a portion of a book. Read More.

Macros 101

Do you often perform the same tasks in Microsoft Word? How much time do you waste doing repetitive tasks at the beginning of each project? At the end? How about just in general throughout the editing process? In this class, you will learn how to maximize your time by putting those repetitive tasks in a macro, allowing you to push one button and they all be done! Read More.

Marketing 101

Marketing 101 teaches the fundamentals and theory of marketing your business. The main topics to be covered are marketing ideas, setting business goals and obtaining them through marketing, branding (create your brand and use it to the fullest), developing and limiting social network connections, overcoming cold calling fears, and developing processes for success. Read More.