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Edumedia is the portmanteau of education and (epistolary) media. As an Edumedia provider, this website publishes summary notes of assorted subjects, book reviews, and referenced papers; as well as commentaries on current affairs – with priority given to advances that define bleeding-edge technology in health sciences and networked systems.
There are 4 sections dedicated to Edumedia, with 3 of them focusing on educational content. These sections are:
These are summary notes of topics, and are presented in bulleted form. They have been written in-house by Swript Professional Services, and are tailored for students, teachers, and anyone who has an interest in the covered subjects. They are not meant to replace any course textbook or recommended curricula reading. These notes are, at the minimum, meant to serve as revision notes.
As currently formatted and presented, each webpage covers a single topic.
This section hosts academic papers that have been written and formatted according to one of the reference styles shown in the accompanying plate.
These papers are referenced and contain in-text citations.
Even so, a paper published as a webpage is converted automatically into non-paginated, text-rich format that is devoid of footnotes and pagination markers – including page numbers and the 1-inch margins on documents. Moreover, the font of the webpage is the default font for posts, and not Arial nor Times New Roman that are recommend for most papers. To get the appropriately referenced and formatted paper, one must download the PDF version of the paper.
For anyone who wants to work with, or request academic assistance services from Swript Professional Services (SPS), these papers serve as samples of the quality of work that one can expect from SPS.
As expected, SPS owns the right of authorship of the published papers, and it is prohibited to copy any of its content, unless appropriate citation and reference are duly made, along with a hyperlink to the source webpage.
- American Psychological Association (APA)
- American Medical Association (AMA)
- Modern Language Association (MLA)
- American Sociological Association (ASA)
- Council of Scientific Editors (CSE)
- Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
- Literary Journalism
- Franchised Literature
This unit reviews and critically analyzes books, films, and computer games. Precedence is given to book reviews (over other types of literature review).
All reviews are written with an inclination towards academic-grade objectivity. As expected, objectivity is maintained throughout the review so that inferences and insights gained from the work being reviewed can be logically presented and defended. This also allows for contextualization of the critique.
As is explained in the preamble of this section, the principle of realism is used during literature review, with the degree of fastidiousness varying depending on whether the literature is a work of fiction or non-fiction.
Computer game franchises are based on fiction novels or fictionalized accounts of events, and thus can be regarded as an extension of the written literary genre. They are therefore meritorious of review in this section.
This is a text directory of feature posts that can be classified as commentary, opinion pieces, and informed critique. It also features long reads.
The posts in this directory cover topical issues in various fields, ranging from upcoming technology to geopolitics, as well as emerging crises such as the COVID19 pandemic caused by the highly mutable SARS-CoV-2 that continues to become more virulent as the virus acquires new infectivity capabilities through gain of function mutations.
Unlike, the academic-oriented or lecture-oriented posts, these feature posts are different as they use conversational or semi-professional tone, and their write-up uses simple plain vocabulary.
The published opinion pieces are as expected, opinionated; but this subjectiveness is restrained by appeal to objective facts so as to prevent erring to much into subjectivity. For this reason, some posts can feature embedded links to other sections of the website, including the summary notes that contain objective facts.
- Long Read
- Blog Posts