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IET and Editage join forces

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The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), publisher of digital and print engineering and technology content, and Editage, a provider of English-language editing and publication support services, have announced a partnership that will provide discounted English-language editing services to authors submitting to the IET portfolio of journals.

Ian Stoneham, IET publisher, said: 'We are pleased to have entered into this partnership with Editage in order to add to the range of services offered to IET authors wishing to publish their research in one of our many journals.  

'The range of expertise available at Editage, providing subject-relevant editing and review support may be of benefit to a number of our international authors who, though conducting great research, may find it difficult to communicate their work in the best way for potential publication.'

This partnership allows authors submitting to any journal published by the IET to benefit from high-quality language editing services. Through the co-branded site, Editage will offer discounted manuscript-editing services to IET authors to ensure the correct use of English, enabling authors to craft well-written manuscripts for submission to the IET journal of their choice.  This will be of particular use to those for whom English is not a first language.

Donald Samulack, president of US operations for Editage, added: 'Editage is very proud to align with the IET and to work with the IET to help serve the needs of its scholarly community. The co-branded partnership with the IET is one of several partnerships through which Editage brings forward its services to help publishers get closer to their authors.'