Organizing an Abstract Editing Service to Encourage Research by University Students, Teachers, and Staff
Keywords:Abstract, Editing, English language, Thammasat University Library Abstract Editing service
This article offers recommendations for approaches to establishing a university-wide English language editing service for students, faculty, and staff in countries where English is not the native language. Based on experience and user feedback since 2015 from the Thammasat University Library Abstract Editing service, these suggestions are intended to help streamline service techniques and obtain optimum results for academic research papers and theses with international impact.
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