Monday, October 17, 2011
Please join us for the annual ASAIB AGM to be held this year at 10am at
Bella Rosa Farm
123 Lourens Drive Beaulieu Kyalami Gauteng
Our speaker will be Dr Jackie Kalley Senior Librarian and Publications Officer at the Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa (EISA)
The title of Jackie’s talk will be "The Making and breaking of an editor". Jackie and Sheenagh Harris, in conjunction with Otterley Press, have recently published Veld, Vlei and Rose Gardens, inspiration from South African gardeners. Jackie will talk about her experiences of editing and creating the index for this beautiful publication.
We look forward to seeing as many of our members as possible at this annual function.
Please RSVP to :
Amanda Simpson by 20 November 2011 http://ww.bellarosafarm.co.za
079 053 0429
Saturday, October 15, 2011
ASAIB ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHERN AFRICAN INDEXERS AND BIBLIOGRAPHERSand ACHIEVER ASSOCIATES
present a One-day Course and Workshop on Academic Citations and Bibliographic Referencing Johannesburg, 12 November, 2011
- Are you confused about the different academic referencing styles in use in South Africa?
- Do you know how to apply a specific reference style to an academic text according to the required style guide when editing work for an academic journal or writing a dissertation or thesis?
- What do APA, Chicago, MLA and Harvard mean to you?If you need to answer any of these questions, why not join us for a full day workshop on 12 November at Old Edwardians Club, Lower Houghton, JohannesburgIf you are an academic editor, a Masters or Doctoral Student or Supervisor, or a writer or editor of journal articles, this workshop will benefit you.l articles, this workshop will benefit you.The workshop presenters are Marlene Burger and Jenny de Wet. Marlene is the ASAIB Chair, lecturer at Unisa in Cataloguing, Classification, Indexing, Bibliography and Archival Science and author of Bibliographic style and reference techniques (2010) and Jenny, who has an MA in Information Science, is an ASAIB member, an ex-lecturer and an ASAIB indexing award-winner.The workshop will be held from 08:30 to 16:00 on Saturday, 12th November 2011. Tea and coffee will be served at registration, followed by snacks and teas and a full lunch at noon.The early bird workshop registration fee is R500 if paid before 4 November and the late registration charge will be R525.Send your reservations to: email@example.com Tel 012 4296585 Cell 0824826703 Fax 012 4298520 (mark for attention: M Burger) Payment to be made on confirmation of booking Account name: ASAIB, Nedbank (Branch Sandown 193305) Savings account 2933069393, Reference: Your name + Bibliography