The ALE Thought Leader Blog
Posts on the Latest Trends and Ideas in the World of Academia
In our blog, we bring you fresh perspectives on the latest trends in academia and thought pieces to better understand the role of language services in the publication process. By keeping up with our updates, you will improve your understanding of the publication process.
Putting Grammarly to the Test: Should Academics Use Grammarly to Edit their Research Papers?
Manuscript and Book Proofreading
Dos and don’ts of manuscript proofreading before publication
Academic Editing for Articles Composed with LaTeX Editor
The Best Way To Find The Right Academic Editor To Help You Publish Your Manuscript
Ensure A Seamless Journal Editing And Book Editing Process
5 Ways that Academic Paper Editing Services Can Make Your Submission Irresistible to Journal Editors
Why a professional paper editor is critical to increasing your chances of publication
Report: The Experience of Non-native English Speaking Scholars in Academic Publishing
Are Academic Journals Missing Out on Top-Level Research Because of Linguistic Bias?
Bringing the Patient Perspective to the Forefront
Will your research paper go viral?
Preparing for an influx of Coronavirus related research papers and articles
What are the Key Challenges in Healthcare and Medical Translation?
He/She/It: Do Pronouns Make a Difference?
Gender in Academic Translation
How Scholars and Academic Editors Can Help Promote a Global Academic Environment
Cultural Issues in Academic Translation
Translating to English Should be a Priority
Make your research accessible
The challenges, and pleasures, of teaching and learning in a foreign language
Helpful ideas for foreign students
Should Translators Take Cultural Writing Patterns into Account?
Academic Translation of Cultural Texts
Mind the (Language) Gap
How Academic Editing Can Improve Publishing Prospects for Non-Native English Speakers
Speaking the Author’s Language
Bilingual Academic Proofreading
Clear, Concise, and Conversational
How to Write an Academic Paper with Impact
The Pleasure and Pain of Self-Translation
Literary Translation, Academic Translation, and More
Becoming an Academic Editor
And the Rest is History
Researching for Academic Translation about Historical Events