Culturally safe editing: A chart to navigate stormy cultural waters

The purpose of this post is to provide the presentation that I gave at the IPEd2021 Conference ‘Editing on the Edges’. The content consists of a MS PowerPoint presention and the speech notes. All content is CC BY 4.0-edit, change, and share but reference the original source.

The PowerPoint Presention

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CC BY 4.0  Citation: Lock, M.J. (2021). Culturally safe editing: a chart to navigate stormy cultural waters. Online presentation (PowerPoint Slides), Institute of Professional Editors Conference 2021 – Editing on the Edges (https://iped2021.org.au/)

IPEd 2021 Conference Presentation – The Title Slide

The Presentation Speech

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CC BY 4.0 Citation: Lock, M.J. (2021). Culturally safe editing: a chart to navigate stormy cultural waters. Online presentation (presentation notes), Institute of Professional Editors Conference 2021 – Editing on the Edges (https://iped2021.org.au/)

Navigating the stormy cultural concept soup

Culturally safe editing chart to navigate stormy cultural waters (IPEd2021 Conference) #culturalsafety by @MarkJLock1 @IPEditors

By drlockediting

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