Academic English Editing is ideal for scholarly authors seeking professional editing services for their paper revisions.
English Line Editing is the writing industry standard most recommended by department heads and university professors prior to submitting for peer review and course completion. Your Academic English Editor addresses your writing style, substance of content, and use of language at the sentence and paragraph level.
Academic English Editing focuses on how you communicate your scholarly proposal. It corrects your sentence and paragraph structure, checks for subject-verb agreement, and ensures accurate use of the English language in technical presentations.
This level is the minimum necessary when your dissertation requires additional English writing support. ESL authors with limited English language proficiency and inexperienced academic technical authors require this service at a minimum.
LEVEL 2 – ADVANCED ACADEMIC ENGLISH EDITING includes Level 1 (see below) plus the folllowing services:
- Reducing up to 10% of your word count as necessary
- Reworking basic sentence and paragraph structure
- Formatting according to journal style guidelines (e.g., APA, MLA)
- Modifying and enhancing your use of the technical English language
- Assigning an Academic Editor experienced in your field of study
- Confirming the meaning and substance of your manuscript
- Critiquing the presentation, flow, continuity, and consistency of thoughts
- Evaluating the evidence statements provided to support claims, assertions, and conclusions
- Communicating directly during and after editing
- PLUS, Level 1 – Standard Technical Editing:
- Correcting spelling, grammar, and punctuation
- Eliminating jargon, repetition, and redundancy
- Using Microsoft Word Track Changes to show all modifications
- Rectifying basic English language
- Fixing citations and references format
- Correcting your technical English language
- Verifying style and terminology consistency
- Issuing a FREE Editing Certificate upon request
– One “Final Proofread” of prior manuscript submission’s corrections