The Fourth Step -Read, Scan and Make Notes!
extract and record

Accuracy and Reliability

Whatever you write must be both accurate and reliable. Accurate in its spelling and grammar, accurate in its content (that what you say is true), free from prejudice and bias as far as possible, and honest enough to say where you borrowed your ideas.

Accurate spelling and grammar

All your work should be accurate in this way or your readers won't take you seriously.
If I rite like his,, with lot's of mistaches in my riting, weather speling or tiping - why should you believe that the content of my writing - what I write about - is accurate?
For this kind of accuracy a spell checker - and a grammar checker if you know how to use it - can be a great help. However you shouldn't rely on it.

Try this one minute exercise.



Accurate Content

Sometimes people disagree, sometimes no-one knows the real truth, sometimes one source is right and another is wrong but you can't tell which .... More about accuracy of content

Free from prejudice and bias

If you know where and when and by whom the article was written you may be able to say how reliable the information is.
More about prejudice and bias

Acknowledging your sources



Try Step 5

Contact Duncan Grey for more information. Last updated 19.07.16