With the relaunch of the Journal of Conservation and Museum Studies in November there is now another entry on the list of conservation e-journals that should be on a conservator’s radar. You can stay abreast of new issues via RSS feed or updates on your favorite social networking platform. I was particularly happy to see JCMS revitalized as it was the brainchild of Alan J. Hogg, a conservation classmate of mine at University College London. Alan eventually shifted from conservation, obtaining a PhD in Atmospheric Space Science and now works at the Sweetland Center for Writing at the University of Michigan where he teaches writing with a focus on presenting scientific research. Alan joins the new JCMS editorial board and is well positioned to assist our profession bridge sciences and humanities. Alan wrote a short editorial for the latest issue of JCMS entitled Writing About Conservation that I think may be useful to emerging conservators as well as experienced professionals. If you aren’t familiar with IMRaD: Introduction, Methods, Results, and Discussion. Take a look at his post and see how it might help you with your next conference presentation or JAIC submission.