Useful Links

If you are interested in improving quality of your paper, check some useful resources that provide helpful editing and proofreading tips:

  • Avoiding Plagiarism – advice on how to avoid plagiarism issues, what is considered plagiarism.
  • Abbreviations.com – service where you can look up any abbreviation, acronym or an initialism.
  • Convert.net – a tool to convert any unit or help with any expression.
  • Definitions.net – serves you as a respectful reference source to get a required definition.
  • The Guide to Grammar and Writing – a helpful guide on how to check the spelling of your paper with lots of interesting quizzes.
  • How to Study Spelling Words – step by step guidelines how to study spelling of words and use them correctly.
  • Preferred Spelling and Capitalization List – some hints when you should use capitalization.
  • Plagiarism Handout – detailed explanation on what plagiarism is and how to avoid it.

  • Plagiarism Guidelines – guidelines on how to avoid plagiarism effectively.
  • What Constitutes Plagiarism? – plagiarism guidelines with many good examples.
  • Paraphrasing and Summarizing – read how to get rid of plagiarism paraphrasing and summarizing your papers properly.
  • Paraphrasing Service – custom paraphrasing service that quickly removes plagiarism.
  • Paraphrasing Tips – learn how to paraphrase any document within a short timeline.
  • References.net – is a helpful database containing lots of multidisciplinary information.
  • Synonyms.net – provides you with multiple variants of the same word or phrase usage.
  • Editing Checklist – a great list for any editor that helps to check any paper quickly.
  • Quotes.net – use any citation or a quote to your work to spice your text up.
  • USZip.com – a useful resource with loads of demographic and geographic data.

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