How to Submit an Article
Engineers and Geoscientists BC members are welcome to submit articles or article ideas for consideration; however please note that authors should first contact the Managing Editor well in advance to discuss the specifics of story proposals and deadlines.
Innovation encourages unsolicited articles and photos. By submitting material to Innovation, you grant to Innovation a royalty-free, worldwide license to publish the material in Innovation magazine; and you warrant that you have the authority to grant such rights and have obtained waivers of all associated moral rights. Innovation reserves the right to edit the material for length, clarity, and conformity with our editorial guidelines and is under no obligation to publish any or all submissions or any portion thereof, including credits.
Innovation also carries the following departments for which member contributions and submissions are encouraged:
Take advantage of this opportunity to air your views on issues of interest or concern to the professions. Letters should not exceed 300 words and are published on a space available basis. Innovation reserves the right to edit, condense, or reject any contribution. We do not publish open letters to third parties.
Let us know about awards and other newsworthy information on Engineers and Geoscientists BC member activities. (Obituary guidelines are also available).
Brief submissions recapping Engineers and Geoscientists BC branch and division tours and events, and insights shared during those events. Please submit one or two photos for each event, and a <200-word descriptive caption. Photos must be at least 300 dpi @ 5 x 7 inches.
This department also includes Engineers and Geoscientists BC division project briefs. Members of divisions may submit brief descriptons and high-quality, high-resolution photos of projects they have been involved in recently that highlight the kinds of work division members undertake. Briefs should be no more than 300 words; photos must be at least 300 dpi @ 5 x7 inches.
Short articles (500 to 900 words) that share specialized information that would help Engineers and Geoscientists BC members improve their professional practice.
A forum for developments in legislation, technique, or knowledge affecting engineering and geoscience practice. Word length is typically 600 to 1,200 words. High-quality photos and other graphics are encouraged.
See the editorial information and submission guidelines for Innovation features.