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Jennifer Deyton writes about the switches and growth J&J Editorial has experienced over the past several years and describes the challenges and benefits of finding a balance inbetween working and managing remotely and being able to collaborate in a collective brick-and-mortar office space. Continue reading Editorial management: Practices working with remote and on-site editors
What is the Cone Shaped Writing Method?
Surely there must be a better name, but I simply cannot think of one. I will concede that others who may have come up with a similar method, very likely have a cooler name – but I am at a loss. Be that as it may, the cone-shaped method of writing has worked wonders for me, so I thought I would share it with you. Continue reading The Cone Shaped Writing Method
How do I Write a Legal Essay?
Structure and Organisation
How you structure and organise your essay is just as significant as the research you have done. If your essay does not ‘flow’ or your material is introduced in a haphazard style, not even exhaustive research will improve your grade.
Title and sub-headings
The title of your essay is what grabs the reader very first. Continue reading The University of Sydney – Sydney Law School Learning And Training
When you write an academic essay, you make an argument: you propose a thesis and suggest some reasoning, using evidence, that suggests why the thesis is true. When you counter-argue, you consider a possible argument against your thesis or some aspect of your reasoning. This is a good way to test your ideas when drafting, while you still have time to revise them. Continue reading Counterargument
he Walt Disney Company urged an academic journal to withdraw a nutritional examine of children’s meals at Disney World last fall — a investigate it had funded — amid a public backlash over corporate involvement in scientific research, according to freshly obtained emails.
Disney wasn’t worried about the study’s findings. Continue reading Disney, fearing a scandal, attempted to press journal to withdraw research paper
This session was hosted as part of the Editage Korea webinar series. Led by John McDonald, this session focused using technology (primarily MS Word) to assist the writing process.
The key concepts of this session included the following:
MS Word is an industry-standard instrument. As such, Korean researchers need to understand that however HWP is useful in Korea its use is infrequent in other countries. Continue reading Webinar highlights: Using technology as a writing instrument