Program

To view the detailed IPEd 2019 Conference Program, click on the link below

IPEd Conference Program

To view the conference abstracts for oral presentations, panels and symposia, click on the link below.

Click here to view the Abstracts – panels, symposia and oral presentations

Abstract Presentation Award winners

Winners and finalists of the inaugural Abstract Presentation Awards were as follows.

Advocacy and Leadership in Professional Editing Award

Elizabeth Steele AE, Stephanie Holt AE, Penny Johnson AE and Lorna Hendry AE, for the symposium presentation ‘Teaching trainee editors to swim’

Finalists

Dr Angela Meyer, for the presentation ‘The writer–editor: How elements of a personal writing practice enhance developmental editing work’
Marisa Wikramanayake, for the presentation ‘Sensitivity readers: Who, what, when and why editors should use them’

Special commendation

Dr Julie Irish AE, for the presentation ‘Accessibility: Creating content for everyone’
Dr Davina Dadley-Moore and Dr Jill StJohn, for the presentation ‘Everything you always wanted to know about grant editing (but were afraid to ask)

First Time Presenter Award

Caitilin Punshon, for the presentation ‘Illness and editing: Thoughts on resonance and the integration of paradoxical knowledge’

Finalists

Saira Manns, for the presentation ‘Lucky me: The ethical considerations of editing an autobiographical work by a deceased relative’
Dr Julie Ganner, for the presentation ‘Accessibility and the Australian Inclusive Publishing Inititative: Where do editors fit in?’

Best Poster Award

Helen Bradford AE, for the poster presentation ‘How editors can improve the skills of writers’

Finalists

Dr Justine McNamara, for the poster presentation ‘Considering the scholarship of editing: Developing a typology of research about editing practice’
IPEd Accreditation Board, for the poster presentation ‘Ten years of accreditation: A graphical analysis’

Presentation slideshows

Permission has been granted by the presenters to make the following slideshow presentations available to view on the conference website. The suggested citation is provided with each link.

Please note that some presenters have given permission for their presentation slideshows to be made be available for viewing only in the members’ section of the IPEd website; you will need to login there to view those presentations.

Presentations listed here are in order of their presentation at the conference, followed by links to some conference posters and details of presenters who have indicated their willingness to provide copies of their slideshow presentations upon request by email.

Thursday, 9 May 2019

Butler-Sue_keynote-When to care 
Butler, Susan, ‘When to care and when not to care: The editor’s angst’, slideshow of keynote presented at the IPEd 9th National Editors Conference, 8–10 May 2019, Melbourne, Australia.

Manns-Saira_Lucky me
Manns, Saira, ‘Lucky me: the ethical considerations of editing an autobiographical work by a deceased relative’, slideshow presented at the IPEd 9th National Editors Conference, 8–10 May 2019, Melbourne, Australia.

Taylor-J_OMooreK_Purging plagiarism 
Taylor, Joely and O’Moore-Klopf, Katharine, ‘Purging plagiarism: Why authors plagiarise and how to fix it’, slideshow presented at the IPEd 9th National Editors Conference, 8–10 May 2019, Melbourne, Australia.

Raghunathan-Rekha_Making research public facing
Raghunathan, Rekha, ‘Making research public facing using multiple formats and languages, and new writing techniques’, slideshow presented at the IPEd 9th National Editors Conference, 8–10 May 2019, Melbourne, Australia.

Ganner-Julie_Accessibility and the AIPI
Ganner, Julie, ‘Accessibility and the Australian Inclusive Publishing Initiative: Where do editors fit in?, slideshow presented at the IPEd 9th National Editors Conference, 8–10 May 2019, Melbourne, Australia.

Peters-Pam et al_Best practice for editing
Peters, Pam, Irish, Julie and Stanford, Richard, ‘Best practice for editing – all at one URL’, slideshow presented at the IPEd 9th National Editors Conference, 8–10 May 2019, Melbourne, Australia.

Irish-Julie_Accessibility
Irish, Julie, ‘Accessibility: Creating content for everyone’, slideshow presented at the IPEd 9th National Editors Conference, 8–10 May 2019, Melbourne, Australia.

Friday, 10 May 2019

Forck-Doro et al_CCAMLR approach
Forck, Doro, Agnew, David and Jones, Tim, ‘CCAMLR’s approach to preparing and editing of meeting reports’, slideshow, presented at the IPEd 9th National Editors Conference, 8–10 May 2019, Melbourne, Australia.

Coe-Mary_The future of indexes in eBooks
Coe, Mary, ‘Overthrowing the tyranny of the page: The future of indexes in eBooks’, slideshow, presented at the IPEd 9th National Editors Conference, 8–10 May 2019, Melbourne, Australia.

Posters

Poster_Helen-Bradford_How editors can improve
Bradford, Helen, ‘How editors can improve the skills of writers’, poster presented at the IPEd 9th National Editors Conference, 8–10 May 2019, Melbourne, Australia. [Winner of the Best Poster Award]

Poster_Mentoring_TedBriggs_EManningMurphy
Briggs, Ted and Manning Murphy, Elizabeth, ‘Mentoring: A two-way professional development experience’, poster presented at the IPEd 9th National Editors Conference, 8–10 May 2019, Melbourne, Australia.

Poster_TheFutureOfIndexesIneBooks_MaryCoe 
Coe, Mary, ‘The future of indexes in eBooks’, poster presented at the IPEd 9th National Editors Conference, 8–10 May 2019, Melbourne, Australia.

Poster_Mike Lim_Preschool websites
Lim, Mike, ‘Editing online content: A few extra tools to help you do it better’, poster presented at the IPEd 9th National Editors Conference, 8–10 May 2019, Melbourne, Australia.

Poster_Painting1000words_KylieEvans
Evans, Kylie, ‘Painting a thousand words’, poster presented at the IPEd 9th National Editors Conference, 8–10 May 2019, Melbourne, Australia.

Poster_JustSayNoToFAQs_KylieEvans 
Evans, Kylie, ‘Just say no to FAQs’, poster presented at the IPEd 9th National Editors Conference, 8–10 May 2019, Melbourne, Australia.

Poster_Justine-McNamara_Considering the scholarship of editing
McNamara, Justine, ‘Considering the scholarship of editing: Developing a typology of research about editing practice’, poster presented at the IPEd 9th National Editors Conference, 8–10 May 2019, Melbourne, Australia.

Slideshows available upon request to the presenter

Please contact the presenters directly if you wish to view the following slideshow presentations.

Peters, Pam and Korhonen, Minna, ‘Health literacy and readable information online’, presented at the IPEd 9th National Editors Conference, 8–10 May 2019, Melbourne, Australia. Email: pam.peters@mq.edu.au

Dadley-Moore, Davina and StJohn, Jill, ‘Everything you always wanted to know about grant editing (but were afraid to ask). Email: davina.dadley-moore@monash.edu and jill.stjohn@unimelb.edu.au