Charlesworth Knowledge on the Silk Road: Connecting with young researchers and teachers in Uzbekistan
Dr. Gareth Dyke, Head of Development and Delivery for Charlesworth Knowledge, the author education service provided by The Charlesworth Group, recently caught up with old friends and met new colleagues in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. The number of young researchers within this region is growing year-on-year and more-and-more experienced academics are returning from studies and positions internationally. This translates to more-and-more early career researchers (ECRs) interested in developing the skills they need to further their careers and be successful in academic publishing.
Gareth gave a series of short presentations and had conversations with ECRs at universities, private colleges, and teacher training academies, all within the theme of ‘effective writing and publishing in English’. A number of years ago, Gareth was involved in fieldtrips in this area collecting dinosaur fossils and exploring the local geology; he has a great deal of experience working in Central Asia. If you are interested in learning more about Charlesworth Group activities in the CIS then please get in touch with us directly.
The ancient silk road acted as a funnel for learning and the movement of culture between East and West. The Charlesworth Group does this today with a reputation for excellence in author services that speaks for itself; Our editors are all PhD-qualified, native English speakers and our author satisfaction rates typically exceed 95%. Indeed, 85% of authors who submit papers to Charlesworth for language improvements and editing get their work accepted in their first-choice journal. An excellent track record.
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