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Contributor Guidelines

March 30, 2009

Contributor Guidelines

Thank you for considering sharing your ideas with our readers.  We strive for a win-win-win where our readers will benefit from best practices, you will benefit from an expanded online presence, and the other contributors will benefit by being part of a bigger and more interesting site than any of us could build on our own.  

TechnologyProfessional.Org is professional and positive, so we appreciate your starting with that perspective. It would be best if you would contact the editor with your idea for an article before you have written it, so that we have an opportunity to consider how it might fit with other upcoming topics. Our “Contributor Welcome Packet” has a variety of useful information including guidelines which may be helpful to you.  After you have written your article, we prefer that you have it reviewed by colleagues who are knowledgeable in the subject matter.  Peer reviews are part of the scientific discipline that we strive for and part of what makes a true profession.  We will add value by having a professional editor review the article and getting your approval of any changes prior to publishing.

Submitting an article indicates your agreement to our policies, including the policy that contributors must have the copyright for material they submit or have documented permission for TechnologyProfessional.Org to publish the content.  You also agree that your article includes no proprietary information, trade secrets, or other information which would be harmful to any company or individual. If your employer must approve your article, then you must take care of that prior to sending the article to the editor.  

Submitting an article or your professional bio indicates consent for TechnologyProfessional.Org to publish that information for an indefinite period; however, we cannot guarantee that the article will be published or how long it will be on the site.  If you would like your article or bio removed from the site, please send an email to editor@technologyprofessional.org and we will attempt to comply as quickly as possible.  Of course, copies of the article may have been printed or downloaded by readers or may continue to exist on backup tapes or caching servers, so we cannot guarantee that the information will no longer be accessible on the Internet.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact editor@technologyprofessional.org.  We look forward to your article.


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