Do You Need a Proofreading Assistant?

If you’ve ever edited your own paper, only to find it full of errors when returned by the professor, you know the power of a second set of eyes. As an online student it can be challenging to coordinate this kind of help, but there are resources available to check your work.

We are all trying to get a lot done these days, and as quickly as possible, often resulting in rushed work. For me there’s a direct correlation – the faster I move, the more mistakes I make. Just last week a reader pointed out an error in my blog post about Twitter assignments. “Brig” should have been “big.” I’d read this text through many times in draft form and the final version online, but never caught this on my own. This week I tested three proofreading systems that could help all of us identify and correct mistakes.

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