Web accessibility: An editor’s guide

By Ambrose Li Is web accessibility for people with disabilities the responsibility of just web designers, web developers, or accessibility consultants? Editors Toronto certainly disagrees, or it wouldn’t have organized a seminar on web accessibility standards last November. But what if you missed that seminar? Web accessibility in a nutshell Ontario’s web accessibility standard is … Continue reading Web accessibility: An editor’s guide

Video: Watch the panel discussion on Editing Canadian English at our April meeting

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBnO1D0-Mk8 At the April 2015 meeting of EAC's Toronto branch, Nancy Foran, Elizabeth d’Anjou, Emily Dockrill Jones, and Gillian Watts spoke about their contributions to the third edition of Editing Canadian English. From Canadianization, spelling, and abbreviations to punctuation, measurements, bilingual text, and so much more, ECE remains the essential reference for Canadian editors and … Continue reading Video: Watch the panel discussion on Editing Canadian English at our April meeting