Using Tracked Changes & Comments to Communicate With Editors & Coauthors

This post is all about teamwork. Communicating with your editor and coauthors is key as you develop your journal article, grant application, or other manuscript. Many people have already become familiar with tracked changes and comments, but are you using them effectively?

The video below gives some pointers for how to Continue reading Using Tracked Changes & Comments to Communicate With Editors & Coauthors

Why Social Workers Need to Write More Precisely

Unclear Writing
Do readers have to piece together your ideas?

Have you ever heard of the Dead Sea Scrolls? Without going into detail, they are a series of almost 1,000 ancient biblical texts. Biblical scholars have been putting together pieces of the text with advanced microscopes and computers to ascertain their meaning, almost like the puzzle-like scraps of paper shown in the image to the left.

Many authors have the same problem with their writing. I especially see this in Continue reading Why Social Workers Need to Write More Precisely