This fourth and final course in the “Good with Words: Writing and Editing” series will help you master perhaps the most important step in the writing process: revising. You’ll learn about the difference between editing and proofreading. You’ll practice “un-numbing the numbers” so that data and statistics you use are clear and compelling. And you’ll be introduced to a framework for giving and receiving feedback that helpfully systematizes what should be cut and what should be kept from each draft.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM WRITING AND EDITING: REVISING
The first time I didn't loathe the instructor or what they taught. That speaks way more than just volumes
Everyone must complete this specialization! A well structured course.
Never knew learning could be so much fun. This course has really made me review and improve on my drafting and editing skills. Highly recommended
I have learned so much. This time my work interfered with my coursework here.
About the Good with Words: Writing and Editing Specialization
Perhaps the most important thing students and professionals of all kinds can do to improve their effectiveness is embrace the following advice: become good with words.
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