September 1, 2022 – The Scholarly Kitchen (TSK) and the Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) are proud to announce a collaboration with Edita.us to create a collection of Spanish translations for popular Scholarly Kitchen posts.
Edita.us offers bilingual editing services to academics and professional writers and is proud to provide these translations as a service to the scholarly publishing community. In 2021, TSK reached over 1,000 readers who used a browser that translated their posts to Spanish. The addition of first-party translated content from professional writers will make TSK content much more accessible to Spanish readers around the globe.
“I have been a longtime subscriber of The Scholarly Kitchen and am always amazed about how timely their posts are with ongoing academic issues and publishing concerns I face in my academic and professional environment,” said Edita.us CEO and Consultant Paula A. de la Cruz-Fernández. “I am proud and delighted to support and collaborate with the group through translations, and I am sure this is the right step to expand and bring the conversation to a broader audience.”
“Scholarly research and communication are truly global activities, and we are excited to see the important information our authors provide reach further and continue to spread knowledge worldwide,” said TSK Editor-in-Chief David Crotty. “We hope this is the first of many such announcements and look forward to the addition of translations into further languages.”
Read the first posts in this collection:
- Cómo Ser un Buen Revisor por Pares
- Desafíos para los Académicos en el Sur Global – Límites de Recursos, Cuestiones Institucionales y Problemas de Infraestructura
- Tendencias Mundiales del Acceso Abierto: Temas de África, Asia y América Latina
- En Busca de la Equidad y la Justicia: Reimaginar la Comunicación Académica
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