How is my content edited?

Once your article or case-study is submittedit will go through the following editing process, which is summarised in the flowchart at the bottom of the page:

  1. The knowledge management team will assess the relevance of your article or case-study for weADAPT. 

  2. If it fits weADAPT’s criteria, the team will review your article or case-study and suggest edits based on whether: 

    • ​​the article or case-study aligns with weADAPT guidelines (Introduction/Methodology/Key Messages); 

    • the article or case-study is representative of your work and any materials shared; 

    • the article or case-study is well explained and accessible to a wider audience, including those not familiar with this area of work; 

    • the article or case-study sits under the right Theme or Network; 

    • further edits will enhance the visibility and appeal of your work. 

  3. Depending on the state of the article or case-study, it will be sent to you with suggestions for improvements you can make, requests for clarification, and/or suggested editsThese edits are, of course, open for discussion.  

  4. Once you have edited your pageplease share the new version with the knowledge management team. 

  5. The knowledge management team will then review your article or case-study againIf further edits are needed, the article or case-study will be sent back to you with edits and suggested edits. If not, the article or case-study will be sent to the editor of the theme that your work sits under. 

  6. The Editor of the Theme will perform a final review of your article or case-study. These Editors are experts in their area and manage the Themes and Networks. They play a key role in assuring the quality of the knowledge shared, and in maximising the added value and visibility of your contribution within these topic-specific spaces. If further edits are needed, the editor will get in touch with you with comments and/or suggested edits. This process may include multiple iterations of edits and comments. 

  7. Once both you and the Editor are happy with the article or case study, it will be published. Content that we have edited will not be published without your approval. 

Newly published content will be included in all of our social media feeds and potentially in our fortnightly newsletter. Please let the knowledge management team know if you have any specific requests regarding social media (e.g. hashtags and handles) or the newsletter. You can mention this in your responses to us or by contacting us directly at [email protected]. 

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