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Life is Easier with an Index - ANZSI Conference 2013

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‘Life is Easier with an Index’ - ANZSI Conference 2013

The biennial Australian and New Zealand Society of Indexers (ANZSI) Conference will be held in Wellington, 12 - 15 March 2013.

Our conference theme is ‘Intrepid indexing: indexing without boundaries’. Ebooks and epublishing are changing the way we index, edit and publish. The conference will host experienced speakers in these fields and is an excellent opportunity to keep up with the changing technology.

This is the first time an indexing conference has been held in New Zealand. We see this as an excellent opportunity for indexers, publishers, editors, technical writers, historians, genealogists and other allied organisations to experience new indexing methods and technology.

Further information available at http://www.anzsi.org/site/2013Conf.asp" target="_blank">http://www.anzsi.org/site/2013Conf.asp

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