|A to Z, the Indexing SIG newsletter, is published three times a year, in January, May, and September. The newsletter contains articles and editorials by SIG members, practical Q&A; sections with reader questions, information about indexing resources, workshop schedules, chapter SIG meetings, related events, and job/contract opportunities.Below is a select list of articles from among all past issues, one per issue, organized by date of latest publication. Members have access to the full issue archive, starting with the premiere issue in September 1997. To join the Indexing SIG, or for more information, contact the SIG president, Cheryl Landes.All files are in Adobe Acrobat format and require Acrobat to view them. (Acrobat is available for free online, and will work within most recent versions of Internet Explorer or Netscape, in both Macintosh and Windows versions. Download it at http://www.adobe.com/prodindex/acrobat/readstep.html.)Resources for Indexing. By the Indexing SIG staff. September 1997.|
An Overview of Indexing Methods. Jan Wright. January 1998.Indexing America Online (Part One). Seth Maislin. May 1998.Indexing America Online (Part Two). Seth Maislin. September 1998.
Indexing Online Help. Beth Hamilton. January 1999.Q & A. Peg Mauer. May 1999.Web Indexing Tools. Kevin Broccoli. September 1999.
Shareable and Machine-Processable Vocabulary Structures:
Report on a NISO Thesaurus Workshop. Ruthanne Lowe. January 2000.Index Usability Test Questions. Lori Lathrop. May 2000.The Value of Indexes. Bob Richardson. September 2000.
The Lighter Side of Indexing. William L. Collins. January 2001.Index Tools Professional Makes Indexing Less of a Chore. Larry S. Bonura. May 2001.IXGen: Indexing Tool for Frame. Anne C. Barrett. September 2001.
Indexing User Tasks. Fred Brown. January 2002.Ten Common Mistakes in Indexing. Heather Hall. May 2002.Using FAR to Index HTMLHelp Projects. Kelly Holcomb. September 2002.
two articles. January 2003.
 “Microsoft Indexers in the Classroom.” Mary Rosewood.
 “Review of i-TORQUE, the New Indexing E-zine.” Janet Perlman.Inside Indexing with RoboHelp HTML. Suzanne Smith. May 2003.Web Indexing Uncovers a Treasure Trove of Information. Fred Brown. September 2003.
two articles. January 2004.
 “An Interview with David Brown.”
 “Indexing Glossary Entries, Yea or Nay.” Bill Collins, ed.
NEW Judging Indexes. Pilar Wyman. Spring 2005.NEW Preparing a Controlled Vocabulary for Content Management and Access. Seth Earley. Spring 2005.
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