Thank you for your interest in publishing on the Social Entrepreneurship Evidence Space (SEES)
SEES is a curated research platform for the Social Entrepreneurship community. We exist to help grow the Social Entrepreneurship community in Australia and beyond. We do this through uncovering quality insights from Social Entrepreneurship research.
We are currently taking submissions for research and evidence to contribute to the SEES collections. While submissions do not need to be peer reviewed, all research must have an evidence base to be considered for inclusion.
Submissions will be subject to approval by the research team at CSI Swinburne. We reserve the right to refuse publication or remove a published article at any time.
We accept research evidence in a variety of formats including:
- Journal articles
- Case studies
- Evidence based guidelines
- Evidence based websites and tools
- Presentations and webinars
- Insights and statistics
A clear and descriptive heading. Max character count of 100. You can use this online tool to check.
The content we accept must be related to social entrepreneurship in one or more of our key focus areas:
- Social enterprise
- Social finance and impact investing
- Measuring and managing impacts
- Buying from social enterprises
- Social entrepreneurship support
Add a brief summary of the resource to be displayed publicly on the website. Max character count of 1000. You can use this online tool to check.
If the description is taken directly from the work itself (eg. an abstract), it must be openly licensed (eg. Creative Commons licensed) or you must obtain permission from the copyright owner. Otherwise, please provide a brief description in your own words.
For more information on copyright, or to find specific answers to your copyright questions see the Australian Copyright Council website.
Linking your work
Resources on SEES are displayed as a direct link, and therefore must be available online. We prefer links to institutional repositories or open-access publishers. This must be in compliance with Swinburne University of Technology's Privacy Statement and Privacy Guidelines and Procedure.
Video embed code or link
If your resource is in video format (eg. a webinar), please provide an embed code or a direct link. Make sure you attribute them to their owner or secure appropriate permissions for use.
Privacy and data security
SEES follows Swinburne University of Technology's Privacy Statement and Privacy Guidelines and Procedure. Users who have provided personal information are subject to, and protected by, Australian laws and standards including:
For more information and to enquire about submissions, please contact the research team at SEES@swin.edu.au