Call for Proposals

Subject: Call for Proposals
From: Lori Lathrop <LoriLathrop -at- COMPUSERVE -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 7 May 1999 18:37:07 -0400


CONTACT: Lori Lathrop (LoriLathrop -at- compuserve -dot- com) / Phone: 704-531-0021
or Dick Evans (Infodex -at- mindspring -dot- com) / Phone: 919-781-4302


American Society of Indexers
32nd Annual Conference
Sheraton Old Town
May 10-13, 2000
Albuquerque, NM

ASI is accepting proposals for general session presentations, workshops,
and roundtable discussions at its 32nd
Annual Conference, which is scheduled for May 10-13, at the Sheraton Old
Town in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

The theme of the ASI 2000 Annual Conference is UP, UP AND AWAY! Your
proposal may be on any of the
following topics:

Advanced Indexing Techniques
Basic Indexing Skills
Bibliographic Citations
Branching Out and Building Your Portfolio
Client/Indexer Relationships
Editing Indexes
Embedded Indexing Techniques
Index Usability Studies
Indexing Electronic Documents
Indexing Historical Texts
Indexing Periodicals
Indexing Scholarly Texts
Indexing Scientific and Medical Texts
Indexing Technical Documentation
Indexing Web Documents
Legal Indexing
Managing Large Indexing Projects
Marketing Skills
Negotiating with Clients
Putting Your Best Foot Forward with Publishers
Resources for Professional Indexers
Teaching Indexing
Tools of the Trade
Trends in Technology


Your proposal should contain the following information:

1. Your name, address, phone/fax numbers, and e-mail address
2. A brief bio (less than 150 words) that describes your qualifications and
3. Title of your proposed presentation
4. Format: (select one of the following: General Session Presentation or
Panel Discussion (30-40
minutes), Workshop (one-half day or full-day), or Roundtable Discussion
(1.5 hours)
5. A/V equipment requirements
6. A one-page abstract describing your presentation, panel discussion,
workshop, or group activities (if

Presentations and panel discussions should be 20-45 minutes and should
allow 10-15 minutes for questions from
the audience. Workshop length may be either one-half day or full-day.
Roundtable hosts should have sufficient
material to promote discussion for approximately 1.5 hours.

Happy indexing! .... Lori Lathrop

Lori Lathrop (LoriLathrop -at- compuserve -dot- com)
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