Editing (TECW 1103)
Successful technical writers have good style and design skills built on a foundation of strong technical skills in writing mechanics, editing, and plain language usage. This course focuses using editing skills to improve writing. Practise the three levels of editing, as well as peer review and group editing. Topics include: grammar review, plain language, conceptual and stylist editing, proofreading, peer and group editing, interpersonal issues in editing, and computerized document checkers.
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