PLAIN 2013 - come celebrate
PLAIN 2013 is attracting speakers from all over the world. We have confirmed presenters from Spain, Portugal, Brazil, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Belgium, Sweden, Norway, and Britain. And of course, people more local: Canada and the U.S.
The conference coincides with PLAIN’s 20th anniversary and International Plain Language Day on October 13. We have a lot to celebrate!
You can still join in as a sponsor or exhibitor. Register now.
Blog on....some blog links for you
April 19: Plan Your Conference Networking
April 14: Brazilians will share 20 years of experience
April 12: Cracker Barrel speakers
April 4: Thanks to our four major sponsors
PLAIN2013 is organized and hosted by
@PLAIN2013 on Twitter #plain2013
What do plain language experts from Australia, Sweden, Mexico, Canada and share? Leading Round Robins at #plain2013. plain2013.org
Feeling lucky? 7 weeks left to take advantage of PLAIN2013 Vancouver early bird registration rate. http://lnkd.in/TR6MZ2
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Brazil will share plain language history at #Plain2013 http://www.plain2013.org/blog.html #plain2013
Be a fan and a follower
PLAIN 2013 is busy with sponsorship, registrations, exhibitors and program development. Things are coming together.
Take advantage of the PLAIN 2013 early bird conference registration fee! http://www.plain2013.org/register.html
Go ahead - promote PLAIN 2013
We have created an advert for everyone to use. Whether it's a website, newsletter, poster campaign, email, tweet - feel free to promote PLAIN 2013.
PLAIN2013 advert pdf
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Thank you to our Sponsors....
Simon Fraser University
SFU Writing and Communications Program, Department of Lifelong Learning
Thanks to the variety of media that people use to communicate, opportunities in writing and publishing have never been so diverse. We offer a broad range of courses and certificates to help you find your place in the writing, editing, communications, public relations, marketing, journalism or the publishing industry.
Canadian Union of Public Employees
CUPE supports and uses plain language.
CUPE relies heavily on the written word to inform our members of their rights and to encourage them to participate in the workplace, the union, and the community. Clear language is an inclusive approach to communication which is applied by CUPE in its national constitution, model bylaws, convention resolutions, and other official documents.
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For demos and a free trial of the award-winning StyleWriter 4 – Plain-English Editing Software and our computerized House-Style Service, go to: http://www.editorsoftware.com/