Compare is proud to offer the following services and support for writers:
Compare Writers Workshops
Compare/BAICE offer a writing for publication programme for those in the field of educational research. The programme consists of an all day workshop, followed by individual mentoring by experienced peer reviewers for Compare. Compare Writers Programme Info Flyer
For those who are not able to travel to the UK to attend the in-person Workshop, the Compare Online Writing for Publication Programme was launched in September 2011 and is available to support new writers to the journal.
Compare Writing Champions Grant
The Compare Writing Champions Grant is a new BAICE funding scheme intended to support ‘writing champions’ who have attended a BAICE/Compare Writers’ workshop or symposium and who could implement academic writing activities to support colleagues’ development in their own institutions.
Applicants are invited to develop a proposal for an initiative that will be led/facilitated by a ‘writing champion’ in their institution which connects with the aims of the BAICE/Compare Writers’ programme, particularly in relation to developing and implementing strategies to support new writers’ to successfully write and publish academic research articles.
For more information, visit https://baice.ac.uk/baice-funding/compare-writing-champions-grant/
Publication of Doctoral Abstracts
If you have recently successfully completed a doctoral thesis (including PhD, DPhil and Professional Doctorate) in the area of international and comparative education, you are invited to submit your thesis abstract for dissemination through BAICE and Compare. Journal editorials will publicise the availability of new theses, and provide a weblink to the abstract on the BAICE website. In the abstract, please highlight the ways in which your research contributes to the field of international and comparative education in particular. Your abstract should be no longer than 250 words, and include:
- your full name
- thesis title
- title of the degree, the university where it was awarded, and the date it was awarded
- your current institutional affiliation and contact details (including email address).
Provided by Taylor &Francis, the publishers of Compare. This website is rich in resources for new and established authors and is sure to be a useful service for those thinking of submitting to the journal.