Writing and Editing
Open access and licensing
Drawing from my six-years work experience in post-secondary administration, I’m happy to assume most administrative roles related to the dissemination of results and media. For example, working with people affiliated with the project to gather content submissions or information for publishing, organizing events related to the communications work (e.g. a research-success celebration), or acting as a point-of-contact for the researcher’s business officer regarding communications and funding guidelines.
Please email me if you’d like to schedule a phone call or a meeting at your institution, or to receive a quote: firstname.lastname@example.org
“The writing, editing and consulting services Andrew provided helped prepare my research findings for publishing, and complete a SSHRC proposal that includes plans for an online system that collects and disseminates case-studies.”
– Ginette Lafrenière, Professor and Director, Social Innovation Research Group and Manulife Centre for Community Health Research (May, 2018)
We’re in a phenomenal age of storytelling, because more than ever before researchers are telling the public stories about their work – not just the conclusions, but the methods and ideas, and the trials and tribulations involved in the field. I grew up reading books about science that were written for the general public, and back then I could have only dreamed of today’s online catalogue of scientific writing and media, created by a generation of academics that are finding new ways to bring the public closer to their research, their ideas, and their stories.