Michigan State University College of Agriculture & Natural Resources Style Guide
Our professional editors help you:
- Take advantage of our professional expertise in editing and curriculum development.
- Have a fresh set of eyes to review your work.
- Avoid embarrassing mistakes.
- Uphold the quality standards and maintain the reputation of MSU as a leader in agriculture.
- Ensure that your finished product appeals to your target audience.
Editing tasks include checking for proper:
- Grammar and punctuation
- Content, organization, clarity and consistency
- Jargon, biased language and undefined terms, acronyms and/or abbreviations
An editor will also flag potential issues with:
- Copyright, plagiarism and permissions issues. (It is the author’s responsibility to obtain permissions where necessary.)
- The accuracy of facts and reference citations. (It is the author’s responsibility to ensure information accuracy and cite sources completely and correctly.)