Maxafeau will be at the Editors’ Association of Canada conference!

In order to network, learn more about helping researchers publish in English and see where editing is heading, Maxafeau will be heading to Toronto to attend the EAC's International "Editing Goes Global Conference" being held from June 12-14, 2015. Follow us on Twitter (@maxafeauES) to ensure you follow our posts from sessions related to the editing of science and working with international science...
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Suivez Maxafeau via Twitter – Follow Maxafeau on Twitter

Why Twitter? Maxafeau Editing Services tweets relevant studies, cases, and discussion related to academic writing and publishing. In the last few weeks, Maxafeau has sent out to our Twitter followers links to: - Reviews in the Guardian and Times Higher Education of Michael Gordin's book asking why English has become the dominant language of science; - How to respond to reviewers' comments; ...
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Using social media to get people involved (and caring) about your research field

Getting ordinary citizens involved in your science work and making them understand its importance and relevance is an avenue that needs to become second nature for scientists... This week in the Christian Science Monitor, a research team studying sharks uses social media to get the public involved and interested in the plight of sharks in the world's oceans.
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