Biblioso relies on the processes outlined in The Chicago Manual of Style for preparing an initial manuscript for publication. Among other things, preparing content for print or online media requires consideration of audience and editing for concise wording, correct facts and examples, clarity of explanations, as well as completeness and cohesion of information.
Our ideal editing process, illustrated below, successively focuses with finer granularity on the different aspects of editing. In the real-world, however, certain editing processes may be combined or skipped to save time and costs. For example, an experienced author might not require developmental editing. Sometimes, developmental editing and line editing are combined if the quality of the raw material warrants this approach.
Our ideal editing process consists of the following steps:
|The Biblioso platform enables authors and editors to collaborate based on a central project plan that outlines when each of the individual editing steps occur. For each individual project, we can customize the project plan to reflect your specific editing requirements and goals.|