Catch up with us at these upcoming academic conferences!

Catch up with us at these upcoming academic conferences!

It’s that time of the year when most academics and scholarly publishing professionals are preparing to attend conferences, and we’re no exception! Editage and Editage Insights (Editage’s author resource platform with an independent editorial team) attended the 2017 annual meeting of the Council of Science Editors in San Diego, USA; the 39th annual meeting of Society for Scholarly Publishing in Boston, USA; and 2nd Annual Asian-Pacific conference by the International Society of Managing & Technical Editors (ISMTE) this year. Continue reading Catch up with us at these upcoming academic conferences!

Publication bias against negative results leads to author’s distress: A case investigate

Publication bias against negative results leads to author's distress: A case study

Case: Midway through his manuscript, an author realized that the results he had got were leading him away from the original hypothesis. The conclusions that he had arrived on based on the results were different from what he had envisioned. He approached a manuscript writing services provider requesting if the paper could be rewritten in such a way that the hypothesis matches the analysis of the results. Continue reading Publication bias against negative results leads to author’s distress: A case investigate

The following types of paper make it lighter for users with low vision to finish written tasks

The following types of paper make it easier for users with low vision to complete written tasks. Note: All sheet quantities are approximate; all sizes are in inches.

Boldline Spiral Notebook

Looks like the type all students carry, but has bold line paper inwards. Has 100 sheets of 8 1/Two x 11 paper, with 9/16″ line spaces. Blue marble cover.

Boldline Spiral Notebook:
Catalog Number: 1-04825-00

Collegiate Boldline Spiral Notebook Has more closely spaced bold lines than the Boldline Spiral Notebook. Continue reading The following types of paper make it lighter for users with low vision to finish written tasks

Hibiscus & Hawaiian Greenery

Hibiscus & Hawaiian Greenery

For something with a more tropical flavor, this Hawaiian themed border is joy, colorful but functional too. The fine thing about two-sided borders is that you get a good framework to your page without it predominant everything else, leaving slew of room for your text.

I found some superb Hawaiian hibiscus flower clipart, that was accompanied with the greenery so the hard work was already done. Continue reading Hibiscus & Hawaiian Greenery

Moleskine Paper Tablet: Notebook to make your handwriting digital is sketchy at best

Moleskine Paper Tablet: Notebook to make your handwriting digital is sketchy at best

6 April 2016 • Two:28pm

I f you’re tired of typing up handwritten notes from a meeting or attempting to digitise your doodled ideas, luxury diary maker Moleskine wants to help you bridge the gap.

The Italian company has created the Brainy Writing Set, a notebook-pen-app combo which converts your handwritten notes and doodles into digital text for editing and sharing. Continue reading Moleskine Paper Tablet: Notebook to make your handwriting digital is sketchy at best

Researchers propose an in-depth investigate of the drug rapture

Researchers propose an in-depth study of the drug ecstasy

Researchers Robert Malenka and Boris Heifets at Stanford University have voiced the need for an in-depth explore of the drug rapture, scientifically known as MDMA. According to the pair, the workings of the MDMA drug in humans have not been studied well. The drug is classified as Schedule -1, which indicates that it has a high manhandle potential and has no accepted medical use. Continue reading Researchers propose an in-depth investigate of the drug rapture