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Ira Salkin Scholarship
Expectations of the Editorial Office to police publication ethics: How it has changed during the past 10 years
Submission Deadline: Wednesday, May 31, 2017
Number of Awards per year:
The winner of the scholarship will receive:
The award will be provided at the conference in which the winner is attending.
Eligibility of Applicants:
Eligible applicants must be members of the International Society of Managing and Technical Editors by May 31, 2017. Previous scholarship holders and scholarship committee members are not eligible.
Topic: Expectations of the editorial office to police publication ethics: How it has changed during the past 10 years.
The essay must be in English and not longer than 1500 words excluding the title and references but including sub-headings. Essays may include tables and figures. Longer entries will be rejected. Essays must be submitted as a Word document with the word count clearly stated.
Please submit the essay through the online submission link by Wednesday, May 31, 2017.
The ISMTE Scholarship Committee will judge the editorial standard of the essay. All essays will be blinded to the Committee.
As a guide the essay must be of a standard fit for publication in ISMTE’S official publication Editorial Office News (EON) with at most minor copy editing needed to correct language and to adapt to EON’s stylistic requirements.
All entries will be subject to plagiarism-checking software.
Diana Epstein, Chair