The Society of Indexers is affiliated to indexing societies around the world in the International Agreement of Indexing Societies. Contact details are as follows:
Australia and New Zealand Society of Indexers (ANZSI, formerly AusSI)
Indexing Society of Canada / Société canadienne d’indexation (ISC / SCI)
Association of Southern African Indexers and Bibliographers (ASAIB)
American Society for Indexing (ASI)
The activities of the organizations below are related to or complement those of the Society of Indexers.
The Association for Information Management (Aslib) http://www.aslib.co.uk
Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers (ALPSP) http://www.alpsp.org
ALPSP is the international trade association for non profit publishers and those who work with them. It offers a comprehensive programme of training and seminars. Their journal, Learned Publishing, is available at http://www.learned-publishing.org
Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP) http://www.cilip.org.uk
The Society of Indexers is an Organization in Liaison with CILIP, the professional body formed following the unification of the Institute of Information Scientists (IIS) and the Library Association (LA) in April 2002.
European Association of Science Editors (EASE) http://www.ease.org.uk
Institute of Paper, Printing and Publishing (IP3) http://www.ip3.org.uk
Institute of Scientific and Technical Communicators (ISTC) http://www.istc.org.uk
Society of Indexers members are entitled to pay member rates when they attend conferences held by the Institute of Scientific and Technical Communicators.
Publishers Association http://www.publishers.org.uk
Publishing Training Centre (PTC) http://www.train4publishing.co.uk
Formerly known as Book House Training Centre, PTC provides training courses (both distance and conventional) in publishing activities and sells a variety of books on the industry. Courses and books can all be ordered on-line.
Society for Editors and Proofreaders (SfEP) http://www.sfep.org.uk
The SfEP works to promote editorial standards, uphold the professional status of editorial workers, and encourage the use of services offered by its membership.
Society for Scholarly Publishing http://www.sspnet.org
Society of Authors http://www.societyofauthors.org
Society of Young Publishers http://www.thesyp.org.uk
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