If you won an APEX Award, you can order additional APEX Award Certificates for deserving staff, freelancers and vendors. You can order exact duplicates of your original award certificate, or you may customize the additional certificates with the names of supporting staff, vendors or clients.
Just print out and complete the Additional Certificate Order Form and fax or mail it. (If you prefer, you may scan the completed form and marked-up photocopies of your certificates, and email them.)
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LINK TO FACTS, NEWS AND NONSENSE --
Back in 1995 when people were comparing the Web to a library with all the books scattered on the floor, a family therapist in love with the Dewey Decimal System started an online reference desk.
Today the home page of Refdesk offends the eyeballs with its multiscroll bounty of blue links, but it offers one of the Web's most comprehensive reference sites, including links to current news. You can check the day's headlines, click to breaking news or to your favorite newspapers and read Dave Letterman's top 10.
People visit the site the way they would a library's reference desk, asking where to go to find specific information or advice. Among the many topics are maps, biographies, databases, encyclopedias, government, law, population, weights and measures and world religions.
The language section includes a grammar/style page. It has dozens of links, plus six on proposal writing. The links include such disparate ones as William Jennings Bryant's selection of the world's most famous orations, a Latin grammar aid, a "jargon buster" courtesy of Oxford Dictionaries, several university writing sites, grammar help, heteronyms (words spelled the same but having different meanings when pronounced differently), tips on writing letters of recommendation and numerous articles on writing.
Just as in a library, you may be tempted to browse as you search for your facts. http://www.refdesk.com/
APEX News 2018 APEX AWARDS
*A note to our customers and APEX 2018 participants --
The competition is now closed and all entries are being distributed to the judges. We anticipate that the announcement of all award winners will be made by mid-July. The executive team of the 2018 APEX Awards would like to thank you for making our 30th year the best year ever!
Thank you for your participation in the 2018 APEX Awards for Publication Excellence!
Best of luck in APEX 2018!
Ken Turtoro Executive Editor
The APEX Awards
Communications Concepts, Inc.
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WINNING IDEAS FROM APEX
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HOWARD UNIVERSITY ANNUAL REPORT
Howard University Annual Report 2010-2011 --
Howard University, Washington DC ...
"Beautifully done, with appealing visuals and very interesting narrative flow -- not always found in an annual report format, where you're obliged to include a vast range of constituents. Here, the inclusion is deft, and does not interfere with the impact of the report."