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Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Words

Understanding Client Expectations—editing

The word edit is an umbrella for myriad tasks. When it’s applied to text, edit can range from simple proofreading to ensuring that the final assessment questions meet the objectives which, in turn, are supported by the content. It’s elementary to conclude that the resources for this spectrum differ greatly from one end to the other.By default, you should always include a basic proofread...

Monday, February 28, 2011
Words

Writing Right: Part One

Large or small, typos serve as a painful reminder of our inability to edit already published works.Many of us do not appreciate the gravity of the typo. For the record, just because everyone does it, does not make it ok. For even the most seasoned writers, when a typo is caused by nothing more than ‘fat-finger syndrome,' – when a finger accidentally hits two adjacent keys on the keyboard in a single k...