Proof-Reading-Service.com offers a helpful selection of valuable writing resources for the authors of all kinds of academic and scientific documents. As highly educated professionals and advanced researchers who also specialise in proofreading and editing the language, styles and formatting of scholarly texts, our team members are familiar with academic and scientific writing across a wide range of disciplines and fields of expertise, and we are eager to share our knowledge and experience with you.
Blog Posts for Academics and Scientists
We also offer hundreds of blog posts on our web site, each one of them packed with advice and discussions for academic and scientific authors. There are currently over 500 posts, for instance, on every aspect of preparing and submitting scholarly articles for publication in peer-reviewed journals. A large number of posts deal specifically with providing the in-text citations, references and bibliographies that are required in scholarly papers, and still more discuss the importance of perfect grammar in academic and scientific writing, explaining (with clear examples) how to correct and improve grammatical constructions to communicate complex material with accuracy and sophistication. Even the tricky matters of dealing with a publisher’s rejection, communicating with acquisitions editors and revising a document in response to the comments of peer reviewers are covered.
Blog Posts for Students writing a dissertation
The process of writing a dissertation or thesis as an essential aspect of an advanced degree programme can present even the best and most prepared of students with a myriad of complicated new challenges. Our blog posts for the authors of theses and dissertations have been written with this fact in mind and offer both expert advice and informative discussions on writing theses and dissertations effectively and achieving successful exam results to earn that degree. Out of nearly a hundred posts designed specifically for thesis and dissertation candidates, a large number focus closely on the preparation and examination of the thesis or dissertation itself. Some discuss how to read sources and record useful information from them, such as bibliographical details, content closely related to the research topic, and the student’s own critical thoughts about what he or she reads. Planning the content and structure of the thesis or dissertation is covered, as is the lengthy process of writing the document, with individual posts dedicated to specific parts of the text such as the title, abstract, keywords, table of contents, introduction, methodology, findings, tables and figures, citations and references, and even footnotes and endnotes. Several posts offer advice on the introduction alone, discussing exactly what to include and how to approach writing this difficult part of a thesis.
Free Ebooks for Academic & Scientific Writers
In addition, we offer three free ebooks for academic and scientific writers as well as their proofreaders and editors. Our Guide to Academic and Scientific Publication: How To Get Your Writing Published in Scholarly Journals provides advice on planning, preparing and submitting an academic or scientific article for publication. From choosing the right peer-reviewed journal and designing a persuasive argument to writing a cover letter to accompany a submission and revising a paper in response to critical feedback, the information in this book is particularly valuable for new and aspiring researchers. PhD Success: How to Write a Doctoral Thesis is a guide for postgraduate students who are preparing a thesis or dissertation in the English language. The author discusses the thesis process as a whole, including planning, writing and revising a doctoral thesis, and offers advice on establishing professional relationships with supervisors and excelling in meetings and examinations. Finally, On-Screen Proofreading: A Handbook for Editors of Academic and Scientific Articles describes in detail sound practices and procedures for proofreading and editing scholarly papers of all kinds. The focus lies on the process of proofreading and editing documents on-screen in Microsoft Word, but the principles and practices outlined in this guide apply to perfecting academic and scientific writing in any form.
Academic Editing - Writer & Author Services
Among our many resources for academic and scientific authors are, of course, the professional proofreading and editing services we provide for our clients. We would be delighted to check and correct the grammar, spelling, punctuation, formatting and documentation of your writing to ensure not only the highest scholarly standards, but also conformity with any publisher or instructor guidelines you may be following. We look forward to hearing from you and reading your work.