Creating content for e-learning isn’t just about writing. Learn more about how to proofread and edit your material for a better learning experience.
Even the most skilled writers make mistakes. Here are the most common proofreading errors we see all the time—and how you can avoid them starting now.
Typos can cost your agency both clients and credibility. The good news? You can prevent embarrassing spelling mistakes with these expert tips.
Do you understand the difference between a proofreader and a copy editor? If not, don’t feel bad—most people don’t. Read this before you waste any money.
In this video, I discuss the future of copy editing — and what freelance copy editors can do to survive in the current environment.
Even with modern technology and spell check, most writers miss at least a few typos and grammatical errors. Here's why.
One thing you shouldn't overlook is the importance of proofreading and copy editing. Here's why.
EL Education’s Grades 6–8 Curriculum, copy edited by the Super Copy Editors team, has received an “A” from EdReports.org.
You could say the copy editor does the “heavy lifting,” and the proofreader makes sure all the rules are enforced and everything looks nice in the end.