Academic supervisors of research students also need to be clear about the role of the professional editor as well as their own editorial role.
This policy has been developed with close attention to the current Australian Standards for Editing Practice (ASEP) primarily to give guidance to professional editors.
The service remains in the physical location of the former P3 site with an established operational capability.
This website will shortly be linked to a new online portal for an increased end user service experience for the supply of printed collateral.
Contact: 0412 286 677 Email: [email protected] Website: About Jane: I am available to edit theses and other student projects, as well as book chapters, journal articles and reports for academics.
I work part-time, but my hours are flexible and I’m willing to put in extra hours to help a client meet their deadline. I request a sample of work, make an assessment of the document, and then provide an editing brief and a quote.
The Australian Standards for Editing Practice is available here.
Qualifications: Bachelor of Communications (Journalism) and a Graduate Diploma in Library and Information Management.
I edit theses, research articles for academic journals, social policy research reports, reports for government agencies, and much more. S.), Accounting/Computer Science, Bachelor of Creative Arts (Wollongong University), Theatre/English Diploma in Education (Sydney University) Contact number: 4285 3969 Email address: [email protected] Availability: I am fully available.
I am a proud generalist editor, but most often edit theses about social studies and the humanities, business and management, and arts and communications. I am dedicated to meeting deadlines, and ensuring my clients’ work is clear, concise and true to its writer’s voice. About Tim : I edit research papers by candidates undertaking Master’s degrees and Ph D degrees.