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January 17, 2017 ACES News

Six webinars planned for 2017 as part of ACES, Poynter partnership

ACES and Poyntner Institute's News University will offer six new webinars in 2017. ACES members have access to great discounts!


November 6, 2016 Resources

Election language: Choose accurate words as the ballots are tallied

Brady Jones offers editing tips for the election season in order to stay accurate and respectful.


April 5, 2016 ACES News

Partnership between ACES, Editors Canada crosses borders, expands member resources

ACES and the Editors' Association of Canada (Editors Canada) announced a new partnership to facilitate international training.


April 1, 2016 Resources

Associated Press adds 250 entries, new design in annual stylebook update

A collection of some new entries included in the the 2016 version of the AP Stylebook.


April 1, 2016 Resources

Advice for internet job-seekers

Emmy Favilla and Megan Palone of BuzzFeed share the skills, tools, and steps to land an internet job.


March 30, 2016 Conferences

Mistakes editors make and how to fix them

Washington Post copy editor Bill Walsh reviewed common copy editing pitfalls in his presentation "Rookie Mistakes that Even Veterans Make."


March 30, 2016 Conferences

Adding poetic resonance to headlines

At ACES's 2016 national conference, Chris Wienandt shared how to squeeze an article's content into four to six words in headline writing.


March 30, 2016 Conferences

Shedding light on visual verification

Samaruddin Stewart's "Visual Verification" session at ACES 2016 offered free online tools for verifying images.


March 30, 2016 Resources

How Upworthy stays viral yet trustworthy

Upworthy's Matt Savener spoke about the news outlet's commitment to fact-checking after a mistake made in 2013.


February 22, 2016 Resources

Disability style guide includes background on language recommendations

The NCDJ created a new online style guide to provide context to words used when writing or talking about people living with disabilities.