Monthly Archives: January 2014

ComWriter: finalist in AIMIA Awards 2014 ‘Best of Websites & Online: education & learning’

AIMI Awards

AIMI Awards

The Annual AIMIA Awards are the longest running and most prestigious Awards in Australia’s Digital Industry. Entries are judged by a panel of over 160 Australian & International industry experts.

Auto format your writing to academic standards

Auto format your writing to academic standards

All winners will be celebrated at the 20th Annual AIMIA Awards ceremony in April 2014.

 

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January 16, 2014 · 3:14 AM

Thumbs up for ComWriter!

What the New Learning Times had to say about ComWriter:

Comwriter is a platform that provides tools to make writing an academic paper less stressful. Every function in the platform works to make it easier for writers to organize their thoughts and writing. Some of these functions include templates of different paper styles and online space to upload and organize digital resources used for writing papers. Users can apply APA or MLA style to their paper even after they begin writing. There are also tools that help users monitor their progress like due date reminders and a display of the word count.

By Demetri Lales.  January 09, 2014

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Australian Government increases research funding

In November 2013, the Hon. C. Pyne, Minister for Education, announced that the government “will deliver a clear strategy, one that lays out a path to growing a world class education and research industry, that realises our economic potential, reduces barriers and frees the sector to be more productive and globally competitive.” He further announced an increase in funding of A$522m (1177 projects) for the research and innovation sector.

ComWriter is a writing tool that directly supports productivity within the research sector.

– store resources within your writing application

– capture bibliographic data easily

– mobile technology to take research with you in the cloud

– write productively using modern tools; collapse sections, drop’n’drag paragraphs to re-order

– leave formatting for others to consider by using pre-defined styles to academic standards (e.g., APA, Harvard, MLA, Chicago, Turabian)

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