Publishing & Editing Assistant.
DictionDoc is a premium editing and content development service that provides expert solutions for high-stakes projects. As communication specialists and strategists, we offer advice on projects that require comprehensive language, editorial, and publication consulting. Our editors have an extensive background in business, creative, and cultural communications, project management, publishing, writing, editing and language instruction. DictionDoc prides itself on offering technical and creative approaches to professional design.
What We Do
Meet The Team
Dr. Jeffrey Douglas
Dr. Jeffrey Douglas currently teaches college and university writing, communications, ESL, and design courses in London, Ontario. He has several years of experience teaching academic writing to ESL students, is a registered member of the Ontario College of Teachers, and is a certified member of TESL Ontario. His dissertation, Neopastoral Artifacts and the Phenomonology of Environment, explores the aesthetic impact of human intervention into natural landscapes, particularly how an age of disposable goods has interrupted and altered our perceptions of wilderness and rural spaces. A published academic, creative writer, and photographer, he also manages an independent press called BlankSpace Publications, which has received international attention.
Dr. Patrick Casey
Dr. Patrick Casey received his B.A. in English Literature from Queen’s University and his M.A. and Ph.D. in English Language & Literature from the University of Western Ontario. His dissertation examines cultural reactions to technological innovations in the early twentieth century (phonography, cinema, and automation, in particular) and the influence of technology on scientific theories. He currently teaches composition, technical writing and professional communications in London, Ontario, primarily to students in Electrical Engineering and Manufacturing Engineering programs. Dr. Casey is also bilingual, and can advise on projects that involve spoken and written French translation.
1063 William Street
London, ON, CA