Protection of Others’ work used in your dissertation – A guide for PhD Candidates

June 8th, 2020 by

You need not obtain permission for those who work in the public domain, that is, works with no copyright protection or those with expired copyrights. Academic honesty, however, mandates that you acknowledge all sources in your dissertation, even those in the public domain. If you use copyrighted material in your dissertation, you must secure the […]

Guidelines to help eliminate bias in scholarly writing

May 19th, 2020 by

Substitute gender-neutral words and phrases for gender biased words. A common mistake is the inadvertent use of sexist terms that are deeply entrenched in our culture , such as chairman instead of chairperson, mothering instead of parenting , and mankind instead of humankind.Use designations in parallel fashion to refer to men and women equally: “ […]

A Comprehensive Guide to Writing an Analytical Dissertation

July 2nd, 2019 by

This comprehensive guide will help out students to write their analytical dissertation letting them achieve higher grades in their Ph.D. degree

5 Tried and Tested Copy Editing Tips for Converting your Average Thesis into a Compelling One

April 24th, 2019 by

Find out more about the 5 tried and tested copy editing tips for converting your average thesis into a compelling one

Scholar Friendly Thesis Writing Process – 7 Do’s and Don’ts

March 29th, 2019 by

The process of thesis writing plays a vital role in a scholar’s academic career. Thesis lets you convey your thoughts/ ideas effectively to the reader if written in a good manner. Every word and phrase used in thesis writing must be of top quality, as a good thesis lets you climb the ladder and get […]

Publish Your Academic Document to Increase Your Academic Visibility

March 16th, 2019 by

The academic world has seen more changes than the stock market as with every new research; the field is subjected to have some changes. The researcher has to consider many changes in the academic world, but here a few points to consider in your academic writing before getting it published : Audience Consider your audience […]

Journey of Academic Proofreading: The Highs and Lows

September 27th, 2016 by

Academic proofreading jobs come with both highs and lows. Ask academic proofreaders and they will reveal how they have proofread different forms of academic papers including conference papers, books, book chapters, journal articles and more.Very few academic proofreaders will find the job just enjoyable and see no negative sides.Most of the proofreaders will reveal that even […]

Academic Grammar Guide for Doctoral Students – Series 1

August 25th, 2016 by

Improve your presentation of your document with this academic grammar guide for doctoral capstone students. The elements of grammar are the building blocks