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through the documents or use Find
in the browser.
- Click on your article to
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when you first submitted it, so you should be able to
open it. Authors of already published articles will find
their original plus our edited version.
- Click on this
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revised article. The template contains more instructions
on how to write and format the article. The template is
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open and use the template, contact your computer-support
- Update the article and
edit it carefully. If you can't write in a simple direct
style, get help from someone with the necessary skill. If
English is not your first language, get a fluent speaker
of English to help, too.
- Get a knowledgeable
critical colleague to review the article for content and
style. Make any reasonable changes s/he suggests. Include
the reviewer's name near the top of your article, as
shown in the template.
- Email the revised,
edited, and reviewed article in any Word format to the
chief editor, Tom
Fahey, who will
decide whether the article is of sufficient standard and
relevance for these pages.
- Acceptable articles will
be published in the order we receive them.
- Some articles are on
topics that are too specialized for this encyclopedia.
There is also substantial overlap of material between
some articles. If you have any doubt about whether your
topic or content are suitable, contact Tom Fahey first.
He may ask you to change the emphasis of your