A Guide to Referencing and Religious Texts

3 months ago / by Chrissy Derbyshire
A Guide to Referencing and Religious Texts
Religious texts, whether published as books or accessed online, often play by different rules when it comes to referencing. So, as a proofreader, you’ll need to pay particular attention to referencing if your client is citing the Bible, the Quran, or any other sacred text. Here, we set out the…
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A Guide to Citing Shakespeare in Academic Writing

4 months ago / by Yessica Klein
A Guide to Citing Shakespeare in Academic Writing
Shakespeare's plays are so influential that many style guides have special rules for citing them. As a proofreader, then, you’ll need to look out for citations like these when working on academic writing. Here, we’ll set out the key rules for citing Shakespeare plays in some of the major referencing…
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A Proofreader’s Introduction to IEEE Style

7 months ago / by Nicole Dickinson
A Proofreader’s Introduction to IEEE Style
The IEEE Editorial Style Manual for Authors provides advice for anyone writing for an IEEE journal or publication. However, many technical writers and educational institutions also use IEEE style, so it is worth knowing the basics if you proofread technical writing. Here, we look at some key aspects of IEEE…
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Academic Proofreading: A Quick Guide to Stephanus Numbers

7 months ago / by Proofreading Academy
Academic Proofreading: A Quick Guide to Stephanus Numbers
Plato is such an important part of Western philosophy that he has his own citation system: Stephanus numbers. But what do you need to know about Stephanus numbering as an academic proofreader? In this post, we’ll explain how these numbers work. What Are Stephanus Numbers? As well as being the…
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