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Creative Writing, Academic Writing, Grammar & Plagiarism, or, Grammarly: The World’s Best Grammar Checker & Plagiarism Detector

“I use Grammarly’s plagiarism detector because, as Stephen King said, “good books don’t give up all their secrets at once.” In general terms, academic writing, as the name implies, is writing done for teachers and professors in schools and universities. … Continue reading

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Avoiding Plagiarism: The Evolutionary State of Citing Sources in a Digital Environment

Writing an essay as a blogger, in a digital environment, fundamentally alters the concept of what an essay is. This is important because it provides us with a hybrid essay form that finds itself in an evolutionary state. For example, … Continue reading

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