Academic writing

Academic writing is good writing practice, but it is often misunderstood. The process is not sequential, but organic, and generally involves:

  • searching for relevant literature; today via library databases
  • designing research projects, especially, identifying the methodological approach; e.g., observation, capturing data, interviewing, examining specimens
  • conducting research activities
  • collaborating with peers (students, academics, industry peers) and supervisors
  • examining research findings
  • organising literature, methodology, and research findings to present a discussion of the research (in a thesis or paper)
  • as a student: submitting work for examination
  • as a research student: publishing work at conferences or in the press (e.g., journal articles), and submitting the thesis for examination
  • as an academic: publishing work at conferences or in the press (e.g., journal articles)

Academic writing is difficult, and made more so because of the disparate, fragmented tools and old technology supporting the writing pipeline. The technology that supports the academic writing process is disparate, fragmented, and is, generally speaking, left to the independent researcher to organize. Thus, a significant amount of a researchers time is spent organising data and findings rather than actually researching and presenting their findings.ComWriter is the only writing platform designed for academic work. It will send the archaic concept of ‘word processor‘ straight to the trash where it belongs. ComWriter includes: an on-line library, fully-featured referencing capabilities, a personal resources database, modern writing tools, collaboration in the cloudtask management, smart lists and pre-defined style guides. Writing to academic standards has never been so efficient and easy. Students, academics and business people will finally be able to work smarter with ComWriter. We have more than 25 Universities on three continents already signed up for beta testing.

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