Style

In these posts, we look at how proofreaders and editors should approach different writing styles and document types. Let us know if there are any style issues you'd like us to cover on the blog.

  • Citing Chapters of Edited Books in Harvard and APA

    Citing Chapters of Edited Books in Harvard and APA

    Dec 19, 2017

    • Academic Editing
    • Referencing and Citations
    • Style

    The Becoming A Proofreader course has an academic referencing module that tells you how books, journal articles and websites should be cited in the Harvard, APA, MLA, Chicago and IEEE styles. But it would take a hefty book to cover all possible sources and referencing styles. So every now and then our blog will focus […]

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  • A Brief Guide to Vancouver Referencing

    A Brief Guide to Vancouver Referencing

    Oct 16, 2017

    • Academic Editing
    • Proofreading and Editing Tips
    • Referencing and Citations
    • Style

    It’s happened to us all. A client wants you to proofread their essay or journal article, but you are unfamiliar with the referencing system! Suddenly everything is called into question. Imposter syndrome kicks in. You wonder, can you presume to do this with only Google to guide you? What if the information there is unreliable? […]

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  • Citing Chapters of Edited Books in Harvard and APA

    Dec 19, 2017

    • Academic Editing
    • Referencing and Citations
    • Style

    The Becoming A Proofreader course has an academic referencing module that tells you how books, journal articles and websites should be cited in the Harvard, APA, MLA, Chicago and IEEE styles. But it would take a hefty book to cover all possible sources and referencing styles. So every now and then our blog will focus […]

    Read more
  • A Brief Guide to Vancouver Referencing

    Oct 16, 2017

    • Academic Editing
    • Proofreading and Editing Tips
    • Referencing and Citations
    • Style

    It’s happened to us all. A client wants you to proofread their essay or journal article, but you are unfamiliar with the referencing system! Suddenly everything is called into question. Imposter syndrome kicks in. You wonder, can you presume to do this with only Google to guide you? What if the information there is unreliable? […]

    Read more
  • Citing Chapters of Edited Books in Harvard and APA

    Dec 19, 2017

    • Academic Editing
    • Referencing and Citations
    • Style

    The Becoming A Proofreader course has an academic referencing module that tells you how books, journal articles and websites should be cited in the Harvard, APA, MLA, Chicago and IEEE styles. But it would take a hefty book to cover all possible sources and referencing styles. So every now and then our blog will focus […]

    Read more
  • A Brief Guide to Vancouver Referencing

    Oct 16, 2017

    • Academic Editing
    • Proofreading and Editing Tips
    • Referencing and Citations
    • Style

    It’s happened to us all. A client wants you to proofread their essay or journal article, but you are unfamiliar with the referencing system! Suddenly everything is called into question. Imposter syndrome kicks in. You wonder, can you presume to do this with only Google to guide you? What if the information there is unreliable? […]

    Read more
  • Citing Chapters of Edited Books in Harvard and APA

    Citing Chapters of Edited Books in Harvard and APA

    Dec 19, 2017

    • Academic Editing
    • Referencing and Citations
    • Style

    The Becoming A Proofreader course has an academic referencing module that tells you how books, journal articles and websites should be cited in the Harvard, APA, MLA, Chicago and IEEE styles. But it would take a hefty book to cover all possible sources and referencing styles. So every now and then our blog will focus […]

    Read more
  • A Brief Guide to Vancouver Referencing

    A Brief Guide to Vancouver Referencing

    Oct 16, 2017

    • Academic Editing
    • Proofreading and Editing Tips
    • Referencing and Citations
    • Style

    It’s happened to us all. A client wants you to proofread their essay or journal article, but you are unfamiliar with the referencing system! Suddenly everything is called into question. Imposter syndrome kicks in. You wonder, can you presume to do this with only Google to guide you? What if the information there is unreliable? […]

    Read more
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