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My next job will involve editing papers before they are submitted to
scientific journals. I'm an experienced writer & English teacher, but
have not done much editing.
These are mainly papers from Chinese PhD students in computer science.
Many will be a journal article based on the same research as their
thesis. I fix the English & teach them how to improve it. Content is
not my problem; correcting any problems with that can be left to the
professors and/or the journals' reviewers.
Has anyone got suggestions, or links I should look at?
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