Definition Proofreading – copyediting and proofreading for Arts, Humanities and Social Science academics by Sandra Creaser, member of the Chartered Institute of Editing and Proofreading

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Specialist in the Performing Arts (particularly classical music) and Social Sciences higher education academic writing. Copyediting and proofreading services for students, academics and professionals. Experienced in line-editing higher education academic course books, dissertations, journal articles, public policy documents and publications, business documents, websites and webpages, advertising campaigns, magazines, CVs and job applications. Can convert British English to American English and vice versa for publishing requirements. Familiar with a range of referencing styles. Edited over thirty Bloomsbury Academic course books for RefineCatch Ltd typesetters. Very skilled in IT. Work mainly on electronic copy but happy to work on hard copy proofs using BSI markup symbols.
My thirty-year working life so far has been varied – working in Further Education, Higher Education, UK Government Public funding for the Social Sciences. I am also a self-employed property developer and landlord, mother of three, office administrator and bookkeeper of my husband’s railway modelling business, AND a chocolate labrador walker!!

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