Editing 101 Correspondence
Editing 101: The Fundamentals of Copyediting
Revised! The Editing 101 correspondence binder now includes Microsoft Word 2013, and more on organizing and managing your business!
This is a correspondence course where participants work one-on-one with April Michelle Davis, a professional editor with over 10 years’ experience. There are seven sections within this course, and many sections have self-graded exercises and instructor-graded exercises.
Upon registration, participants will be invited to join the Editorial Inspirations LinkedIn group where they can discuss the course and the publishing industry, find out about publishing-related jobs, and more.
Editorial Inspirations offers this specialized class 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. Add the course to your résumé, strengthen your skills, and learn how to run your editing business like a professional.
Course binder with exceptional reference materials, which includes hands-on worksheets to complete for self-graded and instructor-graded exercises. (View the table of contents.)
A pretest covering editing and grammar will be emailed upon registration. Participants return the test to the instructor for grading.
• Publishing Industry Overview
• Editing Resources
• Marking Copy
• Author’s Voice
• Intellectual Property
• Professional Correspondence
• Client Relationships
• Chicago Manual of Style, 16th edition
After the seven lessons have been completed and graded, if the post-test is completed and submitted, April Michelle Davis will provide a recommendation on LinkedIn.
April Michelle Davis will review the first 10 pages of your first editing job and give you feedback (good through one year from course registration).