Contribute

Everything you need to know about contributing to the Ministry of Testing

Contribute FAQs

I am interested in learning about X, do you have content on this topic? All content on The Dojo is in the catalog and organised into topics and series. You can search the catalog using keywords...

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By Mark Winteringham

updated 7 months ago

99 Minute Workshops

Becoming a 99 minute workshop instructor

Firstly, a big thank you from Ministry of Testing and from all our Pro members for deciding to deliver a 99-minute workshop. We're excited to see your contribution and are here to help you deliver the best workshop you can. With that in mind, this...

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By Mark Winteringham

updated 8 months ago

Submitting your workshop

The first step in getting your workshop live is letting us know what you want to deliver by submitting your workshop details. In this guide, we're going to go through a few things that you will need to consider when submitting your workshop. We...

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By Mark Winteringham

updated 12 months ago

Planning your workshop

With your workshop now submitted, published live and scheduled. As participants sign up, you'll probably need to start planning out your workshop. In this guide, we'll offer a few templates and references to help you effectively plan your...

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By Mark Winteringham

updated 12 months ago

Presenting your 99 Minute workshop

For your workshop, you'll be using the video platform  https://www.crowdcast.io . We will provide you with access to the Ministry of Testing Crowdcast channel and will have prepared a session on Crowdcast upfront that both learners can register to...

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By Mark Winteringham

updated about 2 months ago

Writing for Ministry of Testing

Why Write With Ministry Of Testing?

Become A Ministry of Testing Author Here at Ministry of Testing, we’re looking for authors to write articles for The Dojo. We love to learn from our authors, and love to share what we learn with the testing community. If you are passionate,...

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By Mark Winteringham

updated 7 months ago

Writer's Guide

So you want to write an article with MoT? That’s very exciting! What a great decision. We’re excited about creating articles with you too. It’s important to remember, article writing is not easy. It takes a lot of time, work and commitment to get...

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By Mark Winteringham

updated 7 months ago

Finding A Topic To Write About

Return back to the Writer's Guide When considering what topic to write about for your article or article series, there are 3 factors that must be true for the process to be enjoyable and successful: It must be a topic that interests you! Interest...

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By Mark Winteringham

updated 7 months ago

Finding Your Topic's Angle

Return back to the Writer's Guide When you don’t know where to start with planning or writing an article, often the problem isn’t picking a topic; usually, the problem is that you don’t have a topic angle yet. Finding your topic angle is...

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By Mark Winteringham

updated 7 months ago

Creating An Article Outline

Return back to the Writer's Guide Your next step is to create an article outline. An outline is a great way to organise your thoughts and research. It will help you plan the structure of your work, ready to begin writing your article. We strongly...

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By Mark Winteringham

updated 7 months ago

Structuring Your Article

Return back to the Writer's Guide All articles on The Dojo follow this structure: Article Title: Your title must be catchy, clear and attention-grabbing Introductory Paragraphs: Make your introductory paragraphs count. It should tell your readers...

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By Mark Winteringham

updated 7 months ago

Ministry of Testing's Style Guide

Return back to the Writer's Guide Below is a list of MoT’s style standards for the writing and design of articles published on The Dojo: Formatting Create simple but catchy headings/subheading. Capitalize ALL words in headings/subheadings. Use...

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By Mark Winteringham

updated 7 months ago

Ways To Improve Your Article Before Submission

Return back to the Writer's Guide To improve your article before submitting to us, consider the 3 methods below: Self-Editing Ask yourself these 5 questions: Where am I unsure about the wording or intent? If I’m not clear, the reader will be...

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By Mark Winteringham

updated 7 months ago

How To Submit Your Article Outline Or Article Draft

Return back to the Writer's Guide To submit your article outline or article draft, you will need to complete the article submission form . You will be asked to share a link to a copy of your article as a Google Document with commenting access as...

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By Mark Winteringham

updated 7 months ago

What Do I Earn?

Return back to the Writer's Guide We don’t expect you to work for free. All authors get compensated for their published work. There are 4 standard remuneration options available for each article published: MoT Pro Membership on our site (6...

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By Mark Winteringham

updated 7 months ago

Disclosures And Conflicting Interests

Return back to the Writer's Guide Please don’t link to a website that you’re affiliated with more than once. Please keep the links to websites that you are affiliated with to as few as possible. We always provide you with the option to add links...

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By Mark Winteringham

updated 7 months ago

Invoicing MoT For Your Article

Return back to the Writer's Guide Once your final draft article has been approved for publishing on The Dojo, please email an invoice using this template , for the agreed amount to accounts@ministryoftesting.com .

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By Mark Winteringham

updated 7 months ago

Ministry Of Testing Article Publishing Policy

The quality of the content on The Dojo is of great importance to us here at Ministry of Testing. Every single article goes through a rigorous editorial review process, with several rounds of editing and refinement, before being published. We work...

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By Mark Winteringham

updated 7 months ago

Ministry Of Testing Article Editing Policy

So you’d like to submit an article or outline to Ministry of Testing for publication! Below is a description of our editorial process, so you know what to expect. Read on for text and visual descriptions of our process: Article or outline...

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By Mark Winteringham

updated 6 months ago