IPEd Prize 2014

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Are you a postgraduate student who is studying editing or publishing? Entries for the annual IPEd Prize are now open. IPEd supports and fosters research in editing and publishing as part of its broader mission to enhance the profession of editing. As part of this mission, the IPEd Prize awards $250 for a high?quality essay on editing or publishing written in the context of a postgraduate program.

The 2013 IPEd Prize was won by Meredith Bramich for her essay 'Editing in the 21st Century'. Meredith is one of our new committee members.

Essays submitted for the IPEd Prize are judged on the basis that they:

  • contain original research on issues in editing and publishing
  • present a well-structured argument
  • use and properly document primary and secondary sources
  • are engaging and well written
  • are well edited
  • contain between 2000 and 3500 words
  • have gained a High Distinction or A+ grade from university assessors.

IPEd appoints a panel of well-qualified reviewers to judge the essay prize.

Entries close on 5 December and the winner will be announced at the end of February 2015.

More information can be found on the IPEd website.