Referencing is an essential part of a project which is sometimes overlooked by many. The credibility and validity of your work very much depends on the quality of your sources of information and references. Our proofreading and editing is a service which gets deeper into your content and focuses on actual content improvements, rewriting and expanding of existing content where applicable. We can support you by correcting spelling, grammar, vocabulary, and you’re referencing.
In addition to basic proofreading and copy editing we can go even further and improve your work by expanding, changing and refining your content. This also refers to your sources of information, referencing, style and format. There are plenty of referencing formats which one can follow, such as Harvard, APA, Oxford, MLA, Chicago, and many of them have multiple variations. For academic work, complying with the right referencing format is taken very seriously.
There are a number of components which your referencing is comprised of such as Author(s) name(s); Year of publication; Full title of the work; Publisher/journal name; City of publication; Edition, if it’s a book; Volume and issue number, if it’s a journal; Full URL and date of access, if it’s an online resource. You always need to keep your referencing style guide in mind when recording your references to ensure that you record all the necessary information about each type of source. Leaving this work until the end creates a mammoth task which can lead to big mistakes.
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