In preparing to write for TD at Work, it is important to be familiar with the product. Each issue has a similar structure that includes a table of contents with the author’s biography, an introduction, the main text (with sidebars, case studies, charts and graphs, and worksheets), references and resources, and at least one job aid. Most authors find this structured approach helpful in the writing process.
TD at Work is a concise how-to publication and your writing should reflect this fact. You should be able to explain what your TD at Work is about by completing the following sentence: "This TD at Work will show you how to..." If you find that you need more than this one sentence to define your manuscript, you may need to re-evaluate or narrow your focus.
Please feel free to contact us for a sample copy to help you during the writing process.
We require TD at Work authors to obtain permission to use previously published material, such as figures and charts, taken directly from other sources.
If you are citing experts or other sources, be sure to include complete bibliographic information.