Look for an embarrassment of style-guide riches at ACES 2024 San Diego this April.
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And more . . .
And still more!
Other style guide sessions
No doubt style guides will be discussed throughout the conference. The following sessions specifically focus on their creation:
In “Focusing on Document Accessibility: A Style Guide Workshop” Griffin Zimmerman will lead attendees step-by-step through the creation of an accessibility-focused style guide.
Leanne Yuen will present “How to Build an Inclusive Language-focused Style Guide,” which covers everything an editor needs to know, including getting responsible source guidance and collaboration and support from their team and organization.
And if your organization doesn’t have any style guide at all, you might want to take Lorraine Delp’s “How to Build an In-House Style Guide (From the Ground Up).” This session will cover steps, resources, and tips for building an in-house style guide from the very beginning.
ACES 2024 San Diego has you covered this year. Register now to get the early-bird rates.
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