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Writing Center: Usage & Styles

A guide to information to help you research and write more effectively.

Finding Your Writing Style

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There are several subtle ways you can make your writing sounds more professional! Remember to always keep your context in mind to gauge the level of formality: Is your audience your peers? A civic community? A field of academic experts? Who your audience is should play a major role in the style you use to write. Check out the resources below to learn more about avoiding common style mistakes!


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