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Course Description

2 Remote Session Course

Learn the differences between copyediting and proofreading as you gain facility with standard proofreading marks and operations, including paired and comparison proofing. Participants will practice on a variety of texts, and will also take a look at handling indexes and strategies for finding work.

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Students participating in Professional Studies non-credit courses must possess a minimum of a High School diploma and must be an adult age 18 or older. Non-credit courses are taken primarily by professionals seeking to develop new skills, broaden their expertise, and build a knowledge base for their professional or personal goals. No application is required. Simply enroll by adding a course to your shopping cart and follow the steps during the checkout process.

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Section Title
Copyedit: Precision Proofread
Type
Classroom
Days
M, W
Time
6:00PM to 9:30PM
Dates
Mar 08, 2021 to Mar 10, 2021
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
7.0
Location
  • Boston Campus
Delivery Options
Course Fee(s)
A614 non-credit $250.00
Potential Discount(s)
Drop Request Deadline
Nov 01, 2020 to Mar 08, 2021
Transfer Request Deadline
Mar 01, 2021
Reading List / Textbook
  • The Copyeditor's Handbook, 4th edition, Amy Einsohn and Marilyn Schwartz (University of California Press)
  • The Chicago Manual of Style, 17th edition (University of Chicago Press): also available online at chicagomanualofstyle.org and through the Iwasaki Library
  • The Associated Press Stylebook and Briefing on Media Law, last edition; also available online at apstylebook.com/online and through the Iwasaki Library
  • Copyediting Workbook, available on Canvas
Section Notes
This is a synchronous course. It takes place on Monday and Wednesday from 6pm to 9:30pm EST via Zoom. The class on Monday, March 8, 2021 is being taught by Karen English. The class on Wednesday, March 10, 2021 is being taught by Carol Parikh.
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