March 31-April 2, 2016

Portland, Oregon

Hilton Portland

Certain presenters will make the handouts from their 2016 ACES conference sessions available after the conference. These are provided as a service of the society and of the authors who are sharing their work. Sharing material is at the presenters’ discretion. While this material is available freely to you, you may not reuse these materials, in any form, without consent of ACES and the authors.

• Averting Burnout Constructively and Decisively

• Beyond the Plain Language Edit: Going the Extra Mile (slides and handout)

Book Typography 101

Bringing Your Critical News Lens to Sports Editing

College Teaching: So You Want to Go Into the Classroom

Copy Editing and Corpus Linguistics

Cybersecurity Best Practices for Journalists and Editors

Developing a House Style Guide

Editing for Advertising and Marketing

Editing in a Vacuum: How to Thrive When You Are the Only Editor in Your Organization

Getting Into the Thriving Arena of Educational Publishing

• Getting it Right: Fact-checking Social Media and Nontraditional Sources (slides and handout)

Going for the Gold: Editing Grant Proposals

• How to Get Your Dream Job on the Web (slides and handout)

Interpreting Social Media Analytics

Leadership in the Workplace

Mnemonize Your Editing Choices

• Responsible Writing and Editing on Sexual Violence (slides and handout)

Rookie Mistakes Even Veterans Make

Save Time and Your Sanity: Increase Your Efficiency With Microsoft Word

Sexist Creeps: How to Catch and Fix Sexist Language

Sweat This, Not That: Real Rules vs. Grammar Myths

The Nuts and Bolts of Copy Editing Fiction

Tips and Tricks for Using Styles in Microsoft Word

Translation as Teamwork

Turdmonger is Definitely a Closed Compound: Editing in Online Entertainment

What’s the Word? Inclusive Language for Gender, Race and Disabilities

Working With Self-Publishing Authors: The Short Course

Conference News

Teresa Schmedding talks membership, progress and impact in annual State of ACES speech

Take the time to go beyond downtown Chicago

Return to Comma-con: A student perspective on ACES 2016

Reflections from a student at ACES: Should we lead or represent usage shifts?

ACES 2016 Day 3 in tweets

Opening the table: Representing everyone in dialogue