Overview: Tips collective with graduate students and researchers at various hospitals in Beijing, China September 1 & Two, 2014 On September 1 and Two, Editage provided a series of workshops in Beijing, China, including one session at the Chinese Academy of Military Medical Sciences. The presenter was John D. McDonald, an experienced editor and trainer […]

Atlantic News. Friday, November 16, 2007 [The following article is courtesy of Atlantic News ] Music Teacher Gus Carlson and 5th grader Cloe Olson Special to the Atlantic News HAMPTON — Marston School students in grades 3-5 were invited by music teacher Gus Carlson to write brief essays entitled “What Veterans Day Means to Me” […]

CHARACTERISTICS OF EDITORIAL WRITING An editorial is an article that presents the newspaper’s opinion on an issue. It reflects the majority vote of the editorial board, the governing figure of the newspaper made up of editors and business managers. It is usually unsigned. Much in the same manner of a lawyer, editorial writers build on […]

How to Write a Concept Paper What is a concept paper? Why is there a need to write a concept paper? How do you write it? This article explains the reasons why a concept paper is significant before writing a full-blown research paper. It also provides a step-by-step treatment on how to write it. I […]

A cake is oftentimes the center of most traditional bday parties. Everyone gathers around the cake, its candles are lit, the bday song is sung, and the fortunate bday boy or chick blows out the candles to make a wish. It’s a magical moment that can be made even more magical by a homemade cake […]

In this segment of a three-part interview series, Dr. Irene Hames—an independent research-publication and peer-review specialist with over 30 years’ practice in scholarly publishing—explains how journals should treat studies with flaws. Dr. Hames also discusses how, in her advisory roles with organizations such as Sense About Science and the International Society of Managing and Technical […]