Common Errors and Edits in Writing

Albright, Jennifer R.
May 2013
Facts & Findings;May/Jun2013, Vol. 39 Issue 6, p8
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the tracking of usual errors and edits in writing. It says that creating a log of the types of error helped in knowing the common errors and stylistic changes. It states that before running the spelling check, it should be assured that errors are recorded. It adds that tracking the conditions in the writing helps in developing better time management skills at the same time gives an insight on the effect of time pressure in the written product.


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