ACES allied with the Editor's Association of Canada, allowing ACES's more than 1,000 members and EAC's 1,500 members to share some benefits.
The ACES awarded five students scholarships to cover college education costs and financial help to attend the ACES annual skill-building conference.
ACES reprinted a column from the Columbia Missourian by Tom Warhover.
ACES compiled live tweets from the National Summit to Stop Plagiarism and Fabrication.
ACES teamed up with 10 journalism organizations to release an e-book, "Telling the Truth and Nothing But," for media professionals responding to plagiarism.
ACES editors compiled a list of articles about media plagiarism and fabrication cases and issues.
Abandoning copy editing in favor of publishing a story first makes readers more critical of the news they consume.
Joel Pisetzner offers his thoughts on the basics of the jigsaw puzzle that is headline writing.
A guideline for editors who write headlines.