Monthly Archives: November 2017

Editing for: MLA (Modern Language Association)

This blog post is one of the educational series in which we’re highlighting the most basic (and often ignored) aspect of a research-style that must be incorporated in every single paper be it a term paper or a dissertation. The purpose is to educate you as well as let you know how small things can have a major impact. As ... Read More »

Editing per a research citation style: APA (American Psychological Association)

Pencil on the pad

Editing a manuscript in accordance with a specific research convention style such as APA or MLA can be quite cumbersome, time-consuming, and, at times, frustrating. There are a number of things that must be taking into consideration if someone is writing an important piece of academic writing. An error of the style can, mind you, drive your professor angry who ... Read More »