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The Culinary Indexing SIG is the First International Indexing Special Interest Group
The Culinary Indexing Special Interest Group is an educational forum and network for experienced and novice indexers
interested in culinary indexing in a variety of media such as books, periodicals, CD-ROMs, and websites. Membership
requires concurrent membership in either the American Society for Indexing or to one of its affiliated organizations:
the Association of Southern African Indexers and Bibliographers, the Australian Society of Indexers, the China Society
of Indexers, the Indexing and Abstracting Society of Canada, and the Society of Indexers (United Kingdom).
The mission of the Culinary Indexing Special Interest Group (SIG) includes:
- To serve as an educational forum for its members through discussion of culinary indexing standards and
practices, and for nonmembers through educational outreach and instruction by its members.
To promote awareness of standards and practices in culinary indexing to authors and publishers, as well as their
awareness of SIG members' competence, experience, and availability in the specialty.
To serve as a referral network, so that members can reliably recommend other indexers who share their specialty.
To serve as a network for sharing information about the culinary publishing industry and potential clients.
The top level pages in this site contain the following information and links:
Indexers: A list of member indexers and links to additional information about each indexer.
Resources: External links to additional indexing information and indexing tools; links to
articles on culinary indexing.
Join: Information on joining the Culinary Indexing SIG; member listing update information.
Contact: Contact and organizational information.
AtoZ Index: Alphabetical subject index with internal and external links and information.
The Culinary Indexing Special Interest Group is affiliated with the American Society for Indexing