Serving Indexers, Authors, Editors, Publishers, and Database Professionals in New England and the World
The New England Chapter is a chapter of the American Society for Indexing, a non-profit association founded in 1968 to promote excellence in indexing and increase awareness of the value of well-written and well-designed indexes. The New England Chapter (originally the Massachusetts chapter) was founded in 1995.
The New England Chapter (NEASI) represents professional indexers from all six New England states. NEASI is a diverse group of highly skilled, well-trained professionals with expertise in a wide range of indexing and information management activities and specialties.
The chapter usually holds two conferences per year on professional development topics such as marketing, business management, indexing specialties, and website design.
Whether you are an indexer, are thinking about becoming an indexer, or are considering hiring an indexer, you will find helpful information here and through contacts with members of the New England Chapter.
Save the Date - NEASI Fall Meeting - 19 October 2013
10:30: Dave Ream, Leverage Technologies: "The Index Specification for the EPUB 3 eBook Publishing Standard"
12:30-2:00 Lunch at area restaurants
2:00: Rebecca Springer, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: "Digital Indexing of Cookbooks: Case Examples"
Cost: $25 for NEASI and ASI members; $15 for students; $35 for non-NEASI/non-ASI members (we will credit $10 towards your membership if you join on 10/19/2013).
Pre-registration forms and electronic payment via paypal may be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Payment via cash and check will be accepted at the door.
This web site is maintained by Ceilyn Boyd.
Updated: 23 September 2013