Editorial Freelancers Association



August 22, 2017 - 10:45 AM

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Session 1: 2017 Education Catalog

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Developmental Editing: Starting and Building Your DE Business (ONLINE)

[The registration period for this class has ended.]

Help! There's Math in My Manuscript (4 weeks online)

Working Directly With Authors as Editors (WEBINAR RECORDING)

S-Corp, LLC, Sole Proprietor? What's the Right Business Entity for Your Freelance Business? (WEBINAR RECORDING)

Ghostwriting 101 (WEBINAR RECORDING)

A Primer on Academic Editing (WEBINAR RECORDING)

Basics of Editing and Proofreading (WEBINAR RECORDING)

Editing With Inclusive Language (WEBINAR RECORDING)

Medical Editing 101: An Introduction (RECORDING of 3 SESSION)

Tips and Tricks for Working With Microsoft Word Styles (WEBINAR RECORDING)

Macros for Editing in Word 365--Intermediate (RECORDING of 3-Part Webinar Series)

Copyediting for Educational Publishers: Who, What, Where, How? (RECORDED WEBINAR)

Picture Perfect! Making and Editing Infographics and Visuals (WEBINAR RECORDING)

Freelancing 101 (WEBINAR RECORDING)

Navigate Book Publishing Like a Pro (WEBINAR RECORDING)

Technical Communication Basics (RECORDING of Series of seven 90-minute webinars)

Websites for Freelancers (WEBINAR RECORDING)

WordPress A To Z (RECORDED WEBINAR Series)


Developmental Editing: Starting and Building Your DE Business (ONLINE)

August 7-August 28
Sakai

This four-week class helps new editors start and grow their developmental editing business. Instructor Jennifer Lawler, a former acquisitions editor, has freelanced in book development for nearly twenty years with both individual and corporate clients.

While the focus of the class is on building a business to develop fiction, most of the information can be used to build a business that develops nonfiction as well (or a business that includes both fiction and nonfiction). Whether you're a new editor or an experienced pro adding developmental editing to your menu of services, this class is designed to help you gain more business and earn more money for your efforts.

Each week, new lessons will cover various topics about starting and building your business, including exercises you can do to help target your audience and develop a growth plan as well as conducting the crucial initial manuscript assessment that allows you to appropriately develop a fee quote for a prospective client. Each lesson has conversation prompts to help encourage participation on the forums, as well as an assignment (such as writing a letter of introduction) for which the instructor will give feedback. In our time together, we will devise strategies specific to your skills and talents to make your business blossom.

About the Instructor: Jennifer Lawler has worked for many years as a freelance book development editor on a wide range of editorial projects for traditional book publishers as well as independent authors—everything from cookbooks to memoir to paranormal romance to thrillers. She launched Crimson Romance for Adams Media (now Simon & Schuster), overseeing all aspects of acquisitions, editorial, and production. She has also worked as a magazine editor for MSP Custom Publishing.

She is the author or coauthor of more than forty nonfiction books and novels, including her popular and award-winning Dojo Wisdom series (Penguin). She has written a number of romances under three pen names.

She worked briefly as a literary agent and has taught in the biomedical writing program at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, the copyediting program at the Univeristy of California–San Diego, and for the well-respected Loft Literary program in Minneapolis.

She earned her PhD in medieval English literature from the University of Kansas and a black belt in Taekwondo at approximately the same time. She hasn't quite decided which has been more helpful in her career.

EFA members $99 — nonmembers $119

Registration is closed for this class.

Help! There's Math in My Manuscript (4 weeks online)

Asynchronous (Sept. 14, 21, 28, and Oct. 5)
Online (Sakai)

This course hones your editorial senses to know when a number-related concept needs a deeper edit. It addresses the common trouble points and shows you how to use free online tools to check your instincts. You'll see samples of effective queries that use mathematical language, and learn through exercises drawn from real-life. This covers the language of talking about numbers, not the mechanics of calculations. It's not a course in how to do math.

Keep the 50+ pg workbook for your editing resources shelf.

Come learn the secret handshake of math.

Instructor Adrienne Montgomerie is known as SciEditor, and is a wizard tech person too. Visit her website (Right Angels & Polo Bears) Adrienne also blogs for Copyediting.com.

EFA members $179 — nonmembers $199

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Working Directly With Authors as Editors (WEBINAR RECORDING)

Recording--Any time
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There are more and more opportunities for editors to work directly with authors—those seeking a publisher, those who are self-publishing, academics, bloggers, and more. With such a diverse audience with diverging expectations, it's important to be prepared.

This webinar will give you tips and strategies for setting expectations, establishing good communication, talking about pricing, and giving effective feedback so that you can create a positive working relationship, use your time efficiently, and be an asset to the writers who hire you.

Presenter Tanya Gold (http://www.tanyagold.com/ is an editor and writing coach with over 15 years of experience in publishing. She works with independent authors on fiction, memoir, poetry and technical content. She enjoys helping authors develop their manuscripts, polish their language, improve their writing skills, and navigate the complex world of publishing.

LEVEL: Intermediate

EFA members $49 — nonmembers $59

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S-Corp, LLC, Sole Proprietor? What's the Right Business Entity for Your Freelance Business? (WEBINAR RECORDING)

Recording--Any time
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Freelancers need to make plenty of complex decisions about how to organize their business. One important decision is whether to operate as a sole proprietor or form a legal entity, such as a limited liability company, to house the new business. Legal entities can shelter personal assets against lawsuits arising from a business, but they also come with additional costs. The goal of this webinar is to provide freelancers with a firm basis for making the right decision in this sometimes confusing and always technical arena.

This webinar will cover the most common business types for freelancers (sole proprietorship, limited liability company, S corporation). We'll discuss the basic structure of each business form, the mechanics of their formation and maintenance (with examples), and the potential costs. The webinar will also address the kinds of legal risks that freelancers face and how forming a business entity can help manage those risks. There will be ample opportunity for questions.

Alex Bennett is a freelance editor and California attorney with over 15 years in the legal field, mostly in corporate law. Before changing careers to focus on editing in 2016, Alex worked in-house at a renewable energy company, where he managed the company's global portfolio of legal entities. He holds a J.D. from American University's Washington College of Law.

EFA members $39 — nonmembers $49

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Ghostwriting 101 (WEBINAR RECORDING)

Getting Started in Ghostwriting

Recording--Any time
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With writing rates continuing to slide in print and online media, there is one area where fees have remained fairly steady—ghostwriting. But how do you make the jump from freelancer or on-staff journalist to ghost? This session will cover where to find ghostwriting clients, various types of ghostwriting gigs, how to market yourself as a ghostwriter, tricks for writing the way your client sounds, and what ghosts charge, among other topics.

Presented Marcia Layton Turner is founder of the Association of Ghostwriters and a ghostwriter herself. Read more about Marcia at her website http://www.marcialaytonturner.com.

EFA members $39 — nonmembers $49

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A Primer on Academic Editing (WEBINAR RECORDING)

Recording--Any time
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Many opportunities exist to work with academic writers and publications, but editors who lack multiple advanced degrees sometimes hesitate, wondering if they have anything to offer a scholarly writer. Or they may shy away because they find academic writing exasperating and mystifying. This webinar recording provides insight into the world of academic writing and writers and offers up a few tricks to help editors tackle scholarly work with confidence.

The webinar recording addresses:

  • How is academic writing/editing different from other types of writing/editing?
  • Why do academics write the way they do?
  • What should editors do when working with academic materials?
  • What should editors NOT do?
  • What should you know to get started?
  • Where can you look for academic editing work?

Presenter Tammy Ditmore, of eDitmore Editorial Services, successfully transitioned from editing for daily newspapers to proofreading articles for scholarly journals without spending a minute in grad school. Much of her work in the past two decades has been with academic writers and publishers, including Sage Publications, Baylor University Press, and Pepperdine University. In addition, Tammy's English-professor husband provides her up-close and personal glimpses into the often-mysterious workings of an academic mind. More information about Tammy and her work is available on her website at http://www.editmore.com.

EFA members $39 — nonmembers $49

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Basics of Editing and Proofreading (WEBINAR RECORDING)

(Beginners)

Recording--Any time
GoToWebinar

If you're one of those people with strong skills in grammar and a sharp eye for typographical errors and clunky writing who is interested in working as an editor or proofreader, or if you want to improve your understanding of basic editing and proofreading skills and processes, this class is for you. Topics include necessary skills and characteristics, marks and symbols, important style manuals, editing vs. proofreading, levels of editing, using Microsoft Word and Acrobat/PDFs, and working effectively with clients and colleagues. You will also expand your files of helpful resources, including publications, organizations and more. This practical overview is applicable to both freelance and in-house colleagues. Please note that it is NOT a skills course in editing and proofreading.

Presenter Ruth E. Thaler-Carter provides editing and proofreading services to a wide variety of clients, from magazines and newsletters to law, marketing and PR firms; websites; individuals; and businesses large and small. She has presented this class for the EFA, STC, Writers and Books, ACES, and other professional organizations.

EFA members $39 — nonmembers $45

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Editing With Inclusive Language (WEBINAR RECORDING)

Recording--Any time
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Editors are an author's first line of defense against political gaffes, insensitive language, and inadvertently exclusive language. How can we help our clients reach a broader audience and avoid losing readers or making embarrassing and offensive errors? Using examples ranging from transgender pronouns to the Israel-Palestine conflict, Sarah Grey will help attendees gain a better sense of what to look for, how to educate themselves about the vocabulary of sensitive topics, and how to communicate with authors about these questions in tactful and constructive ways.

Sarah Grey is the owner of Grey Editing at http://www.greyediting.com. Sarah edits and coaches ESL students, novelists, professors, judges, activists, rabbis, filmmakers, CEOs, union workers, and diplomats. Sarah is also a writer who often works in the humanities and social sciences.

EFA members $39 — nonmembers $49

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Medical Editing 101: An Introduction (RECORDING of 3 SESSION)

Recording--Any time
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This 3-part webinar series introduces experienced editors to the world of medical editing.

LEVEL: Advanced

Week 1: Overview of Medical Editing

What is medical editing? Basically, it's the same type of editing most of us do, only the work is focused specifically on health-, science-, and medical-related content. Fellow EFA members Katharine O'Moore-Klopf and Julie Munden, who specialize in medical editing, will introduce you to this niche type of editing most often referred to as medical/technical editing. What skills does one need to edit medical/technical copy? How does it differ from nonmedical/nontechnical copy editing? Where can one learn more about this skillset? Who employs freelance medical editors? These questions (along with many others) will be explored in this 3-week webinar series.

Week 2: Editing Journal Articles and Working With ESL Authors

The publish-or-perish mandate has spread around the world, making it highly likely that editors in the scholarly and technical arenas will edit for authors who are ESL (English as a second language) authors, also called non-native English speakers. This is rewarding but intense work requiring special preparation. You must know the writing and cultural issues to watch for and how to deal with them. In addition, you must know how to build solid working relationships with these authors to keep them coming back with more projects. In this session for experienced editors new to working with ESL authors, veteran medical editor Katharine O'Moore-Klopf will share her editing tips and her relationship-building secrets with you. You will also be given access to a handout with plenty of links to articles, blog posts, and books on working with these authors. This webinar covers much of the material that Katharine addressed in her presentation at the national EFA conference in 2016, so if you weren't able to attend the conference, this is your second chance.

Week 3: Editing Promotional & Nonpromotional Medical Materials

Within the world of medical editing there exists another niche-type of editing that is called promotional/nonpromotional medical editing. Everyone has seen or read the ads for a new drug with its long list of side effects, some of them alarming, along with the familiar prompt to "talk with your doctor." Those ads are called pharmaceutical consumer health care advertisements, otherwise known as promotional material, which encounter a multistep, internal, and rigorous journey through a process called promotional review before they are ultimately submitted to the US Food and Drug Administration for final approval and dissemination to the public. These ads are an example of only one of the several hundred pieces that accompany a drug's promotion, which also includes marketing, education, and sales training material. And all of them require a certain medical "eye" that only a medical editor can apply. In this webinar, you will learn from seasoned medical editor Julie Munden about the different types of promotional and nonpromotional medical materials that exist, how to edit these materials, what to look for and correct so that these materials will pass the scrutiny applied by the in-house pharma Medical, Regulatory, & Legal reviewers (otherwise known as MRL, LMR, PRC, RC, MAC, & MAP, to name a few), and how to hone and advance your medical editing skills with the changing health care landscape.

Julie Munden is a medical editor with over 20 years of diverse experience in the pharmaceutical sales & marketing and medical communications industries. She has been a freelancer for 14 years. Julie's more recent experience includes editing pharmaceutical sales & marketing training material, including product and company websites, eLearning and interactive media, and medical journal articles for medical communications agencies, also known as MedComms. She specializes in critically reviewing promotional & nonpromotional pharmaceutical deliverables that involves fact-checking, annotating, highlighting references, reference binder management, and uploading these deliverables into clients' electronic management systems, such as VEEVA Vault, Zinc, and Aprimo. Julie's in-house pharmaceutical industry experience includes work for Aventis Pharmaceuticals and Wyeth (now Pfizer) as an editor and copywriter in the Sales & Marketing/Promotion & Review Divisions. Her current client base includes boutique and international MedComms who partner with Merck, Genentech, Amgen, Astellas, Johnson & Johnson, and Bristol-Meyers Squibb, to name a few.

Katharine O'Moore-Klopf, owner of KOK Edit, is a board-certified editor in the life sciences (ELS) and a self-employed medical editor specializing in editing manuscripts by non-native English speakers. Her editing has helped researchers in more than 20 nations get published in more than 50 different medical journals. She was the first freelancer ever to receive the Robinson Prize from the American Copy Editors Society. She is also creator and curator of the Copyeditors' Knowledge Base and a columnist for Copyediting newsletter. In addition, she handles Twitter and Facebook accounts for both the Board of Editors in the Life Sciences and the Council of Science Editors.

EFA members $177 — nonmembers $205

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Tips and Tricks for Working With Microsoft Word Styles (WEBINAR RECORDING)

Recording--Any time
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How well do you know styles in Microsoft Word? We might not be able to turn you into a styles ninja in one webinar, but we'll teach you plenty of ways to work more efficiently with styles. After a quick review of how to apply and create styles, we'll cover tips and tricks for using styles: lists, troubleshooting, TOCs, and other document structures, keyboard shortcuts, managing styles in documents, and more.

Level: The webinar assumes that you are a beginning to intermediate user of styles.

Note: This webinar will focus on using styles in Microsoft Word 2013 for Windows. However, most of what we'll cover applies to earlier versions of Word for Windows and to Word for the Mac.

Mike Pope has been a technical writer and editor in the software industry for over 30 years. He lives in the Seattle area.

EFA members $49 — nonmembers $59

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Macros for Editing in Word 365--Intermediate (RECORDING of 3-Part Webinar Series)

Recording--Any time
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Macros can help you tame Word and automate many editing functions for faster, more precise copyediting. This webinar will give you a kick start to using macros in Word 365: recording and cutting & pasting. You'll gain an understanding of macros and learn how to customize them and use wildcards.

Included are written lessons and video demonstrations. Both Mac and PC versions of Word 365 will be covered.

Instructor Adrienne Montgomerie is an experienced instructor, editor, computer support tech, and course designer. What's more she's a blast and will bring humor to macros! Visit her website Right Angels and Polo Bears at blog.catchthesun.net.

“I know I'm in a profession I love when I'm so excited about some aspect of it that this is all I can talk about over pre-dinner cocktails with friends. (And yes, they pretended to be as excited, well, at least for a few minutes). Why am I so thrilled? This class! I've been intimidated to use wildcards and macros since the first day I learned those words.after Adrienne's lessons, I attempted the Polo Bear macro, and much to my happiness, after typing in my own troublesome words, bam! It worked on a client's project. Then I wrote my own little macro to do some file clean up. It worked, too. Yippee! And then, oh my gosh, I tried that little trick of replacing "xx" in autocorrect with an oft typed author query. That one alone must have saved me half an hour today.”

EFA members $159 — nonmembers $179

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Copyediting for Educational Publishers: Who, What, Where, How? (RECORDED WEBINAR)

Recording--Any time
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This webinar will provide an overview of copy editing within the educational publishing industry. It will also give an understanding of typical roles and responsibilities, tools to help enhance your job search, and a list of the best companies to apply to.

Jamaal D. Pittman has over 10 years of professional copy editing experience, particularly in the educational publishing industry. He holds a degree in mathematics from Morehouse College. He has served as head judge for the Robinson Prize, presented annually by the American Copy Editors Society, for the past two years. He currently resides in Los Angeles, California.

EFA members $49 — nonmembers $59

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Picture Perfect! Making and Editing Infographics and Visuals (WEBINAR RECORDING)

Recording--Any time
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Infographics and visuals, when done correctly, improve understanding, recollection, and adoption. Learn how to quickly turn ideas, words, and data into clear, compelling infographics and visuals. See how to efficiently communicate complex content. No design skill or fancy software needed. Discover the secret to making professional graphics using PowerPoint and free online tools. Know how to evaluate and edit graphics to objectively validate if they will be successful or not. Walk away with secrets to immediately improve your materials and their impact.

Mike Parkinson, Microsoft MVP and APMP Fellow, is a graphics and presentation guru, marketing expert, professional educator, and award-winning author. Fortune 500 and small companies, government agencies and educational institutions work with Mike to achieve their goals. His two companies, Billion Dollar Graphics (http://www.BillionDollarGraphics.com) and 24 Hour Company (http://www.24hrco.com) provide training, tools and services to help others achieve their goals using visual communication. Contact him at mike@billiondollargraphics.com and 703-608-9568.

EFA members $59 — nonmembers $69

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Freelancing 101 (WEBINAR RECORDING)

(Beginner)

Recording--Any time
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Find out what it takes to jump-start your dream of living the freelance lifestyle: setting up and organizing, finding work, networking, using resources, getting paid, combating isolation, and more from an EFA colleague who's been there and done that, resulting in a successful freelance career for many years. Energize your freelance efforts with practical, upbeat insights into the joys and challenges of freelancing. (Even seasoned freelancers will garner new insights and useful suggestions.)

Instructor Ruth E. Thaler-Carter is the author of the EFA's "Freelancing 101: Launching Your Editorial Business"; author/publisher of "Get Paid to Write! Getting Started as a Freelance Writer"; and creator and host of the annual Communication Central conference. She writes about and presents on freelancing for the Society for Technical Communication (STC), American Copy Editors Society (ACES), Writers and Books, Association of Independent Information Professionals, An American Editor blog, and more.

“The instructor had a firm command of the content; I felt that her previous and current experience as an editorial professional in a variety of different media qualified her to speak on the subjects presented. I was happy with the presentation style; Ruth seemed very down to earth and friendly, and I felt that her easygoing delivery made me feel as if I was having a casual and informative conversation with a friend.”

EFA members $39 — nonmembers $45

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Navigate Book Publishing Like a Pro (WEBINAR RECORDING)

Avoiding the Potholes on the Road to Publication

Recording--Any time
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Publishing a book takes more than just good writing. You also need market savvy, professionalism, and drive. In this webinar, veteran editor and award-winning author Katherine Pickett offers the inside scoop on how you can improve your market savvy and craft a more marketable manuscript. You'll get practical advice on how to research your competition, define your target market, and solidify your marketing hook. You will also explore the stages of book production, meet the publishing professionals you will be working with, and understand your role in the process. Plus, find out how you can save time and money throughout the book publishing endeavor.

Katherine Pickett is the owner of POP Editorial Services, LLC (http://www.POPediting.net), and the author of the award-winning book Perfect Bound: How to Navigate the Book Publishing Process Like a Pro. Through POP she offers copyediting, proofreading, and developmental editing to authors and publishers across the country. She is an active member of the Editorial Freelancers Association and past president of the Montgomery County chapter of the Maryland Writers' Association. As a speaker and workshop leader, Katherine has been educating writers and indie publishers about the book publishing industry since 2010. You can find her blog at http://www.thePOPnewsletter.com.

EFA members $49 — nonmembers $59

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Technical Communication Basics (RECORDING of Series of seven 90-minute webinars)

Recording--Any time
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The program is a series of 90-minute webinars to introduce the basics of technical communication (TC) theory. It is designed in seven segments of lecture and discussion, allowing freelance writers to develop strategies to transition to technical communication projects.

  • Why TC writing differs from other types; review of punctuation and writing style rules for TC
  • Review of ten key rules of analysis used to understand and make editorial choices with TC content: being responsible, analyzing the audience, highlighting hazards, breaking it up, overcoming blind writing, achieving consistency, providing signposts, working with standards, using effective graphics, fighting fluff
  • Review of best practices for writing effective instructions, which are the most important form of TC content
  • Review of the role of design, layout, and organization (and how they differ for TC content). This is an integral part of producing or editing TC content
  • Review of planning and managing TC projects; understanding the different kinds of deliverables; working with clients
  • Review of applying the analysis rules to the review cycle; understanding the difference between proofreading and editing; resolving editorial conflict

Leah Guren is the owner/operator of Cow TC (http://www.cowtc.com). She has been active in the field of technical communication since 1980 as a writer, manager, and consultant. She now devotes her time to consulting on documentation content and usability, and teaching courses and workshops in technical communication internationally. Her clients include some of the top high-tech and biotech companies, including Intel, IBM, Microsoft, Johnson & Johnson, RAD, Cisco, Given Imaging, and Rambam Medical Center. Leah is an internationally recognized speaker in the field of technical communication and is a Fellow in the Society of Technical Communication (STC).

EFA members $329 — nonmembers $399

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Websites for Freelancers (WEBINAR RECORDING)

(For Beginners)

Recording--Any time
GoToWebinar

Being a talented freelance writer, editor, proofreader or other editorial professional is not enough to get clients these days. You also have to get noticed on the World Wide Web, and that means having your own website. Get tips on why writers should have websites, how to get a site started, whether and how to find and use templates, costs, crafting "content" that gets noticed, finding and working with designers, and developing an effective design that will help attract readers and publishers to your work. Examples will include sites that illustrate both what to do and what not to do. Note: This is a general class, not a high-tech offering.

Presenter Ruth E. Thaler-Carter maintains and updates her own website and has created, revamped or updates/maintains sites for several clients. She has written about and presented on this topic for the EFA, STC, Writers and Books, ACES and other professional organizations.

EFA members $39 — nonmembers $45

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WordPress A To Z (RECORDED WEBINAR Series)

Recording--Any time
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Thinking of learning WordPress? The EFA and New York City web design instructor Bud Kraus have the solution for you! Get started with WordPress and master its power as a web site&endash;making tool.

In four 75-minute webinars, the following topics will be demonstrated:

  1. WordPress at 10,000 Feet -April 13, 2017 (Sign up separately for this FREE webinar)
  2. Building Your WordPress Site: Beyond the Bare Essentials - April 27, 2017
  3. All About Blogging - May 4, 2017
  4. Plugins: The Apps That Make WordPress Sizzle - May 11, 2017

All webinars begin at 3 pm EST and are completed in 1 hour.

The first webinar on October 18 is FREE! See the directions on the WordPress at 10,000 Feet description to sign up for the Free Webinar. Pay only for 3 webinars in this 4-webinar series at a special cost of $96.

Each webinar is presented live by veteran web design instructor Bud Kraus. A 50 minute presentation will be followed by 10 minutes of Q & A.

Attendees can request to have a WordPress site set up to practice learning WP.

All webinars are recorded so you can review what was covered at your convenience.

For additional details see http://joyofwp.com/wpatoz-efa or contact Bud at bud@joyofwp.com.

Bud Kraus teaches WordPress, HTML, and CSS online and in New York City classrooms. He also consults and works on client WordPress web sites.

“The instructor was excellent. His knowledge of the subject and enthusiasm created a very positive learning environment.’

EFA members $117 — nonmembers $125

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