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    • Quality Assurance Freelance Writing Manual
      • This presentation is aimed at helping you to:
      • maintain the high quality of writing
      • correspond to the Company’s order requirements
      • earn bonuses & avoid fines
      • Each time you complete an order look up to the check lists
      • and Format standards guides in this presentation!!!
    • Check list
      • Things to do before taking an order :
      • Make sure you can complete the order by the deadline
      • Read order description carefully
      • Pay attention to the order format style, number of pages,
      • and number of sources
      • Check for additional files (see pic.1)
      • Read the messages that relate to the order
      • Ascertain that the order contains all the necessary information for completing it-otherwise ask the client for clarification, additional files
      Perform for each order
    • Order details Pic.1 Check the messages Pay attention to the format style View the additional files Check for # of pages Make sure to use the indicated # of sources Read order description carefully Ascertain that you can complete the order by the deadline
    • General Requirements
      • The general requirements for the order in our Company are:
      • Word count 550 single spaced/ 275 double spaced
      • Title page and reference page are not included in the word count, but should be included in the order
      • The order you complete should be named by order id and order topic, for instance, ‘ 605219_Shakespeare.doc ’
    • Order Format Standards
      • It is very important that the writer strictly abides
      • by the format style requested by the client.
      • Most popular format styles include:
      • MLA
      • APA
      • Oxford
      • Harvard
      • CSE/CBE
      • Turabian (Chicago)
      • Vancouver
    • MLA style
      • MLA (Modern Language Association) style is commonly used to write papers
      • and cite sources within the liberal arts and humanities.
      • General Guidelines:
      • 1.Type your paper on a computer and print it out on standard, white 8.5 x 11 inch
      • paper.
      • 2. Double-space the text of your paper, and use a legible font (e.g. Times New
      • Roman). The font size should be 12 pt.
      • 3. Leave only one space after periods or other punctuation marks
      • 4. Set the margins of your document to 1 inch on all sides.
      • 5. Indent the first line of paragraphs one half-inch from the left margin.
      • 6. Create a header that numbers all pages consecutively in the upper right hand
      • corner, one-half inch from the top and flush with the right margin.
      • 7. Use italics throughout your essay for the titles of longer works and only when
      • absolutely necessary, providing emphasis.
      • 8. If you have any endnotes, include them on a separate page before your
      • Works Cited page. Entitle the section Notes (centered, unformatted).
    • MLA style
      • Citation:
      • MLA involves an in-text citation immediately following the quote. The citation is
      • placed before the period, and after the ending set of quotation marks. In-text citation
      • contains the last name of the author quoted and the page number where the quote
      • can be found. In MLA Style, the list of references found at the end of the work is not
      • called a bibliography, but “Works Cited Page”.
      • Citing Sample:
      • Entire Website :
      • The Purdue OWL . Purdue U Writing Lab, 2010. Web. Date of access.
      • Individual Resources :
      • Russell, Tony, Allen Brizee, and Elizabeth Angeli. "MLA Formatting and Style
      • Guide."  The Purdue OWL . Purdue U Writing Lab, 4 Apr. 2010. Web. 20 July 2010.
      • More detailed information on MLA formatting can be viewed at :
      • http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/
    • APA style
      • APA (American Psychological Association) is most commonly used to cite sources
      • within the social sciences.
      • General Guidelines:
      • 1.Your essay should be typed, double-spaced on standard-sized paper (8.5" x 11")
      • with 1" margins on all sides. You should use 10-12 pt. Times New Roman font or a
      • similar font.
      • 2.Include a  page header  at the top of every page. To create a  page header , insert
      • page numbers flush right. Then type "TITLE OF YOUR PAPER" in the header flush
      • left.
      • Citation:
      • In APA after a quote or paraphrase, the in-text citation comes before the period and
      • after the closing set of quotation marks; the in-text citation contains the author's last
      • name, the year published. In APA annotated Bibliography list is called “References”.
      • Usually papers in APA Style have running headers on each page and abstracts at the
      • very beginning of the paper (unless specified otherwise by the customer).
      • A footnote can appear in APA Style, if the author being quoted is quoting
      • another author.
    • APA style
      • Citation Samples:
      • Entire Website :
      • Contributors' names (Last edited date).  Title of resource . Retrieved from
      • http://Web address for OWL resource
      • Individual Resources :  
      • Angeli, E., Wagner, J., Lawrick, E., Moore, K., Anderson, M., Soderland, L., &
      • Brizee, A. (2010, May 5). 
      • More detailed information on APA formatting can be viewed at :
    • Oxford (the documentary-note system)
      • Oxford referencing style or the documentary-note system is used essentially in
      • research works on certain history and philosophy departments.  
      • General Guidelines:
      • The documentary-note system consists of the following elements:
      • 1. Citations in the body of the paper, using a superscript (raised) number, generally at
      • the end of a sentence
      • 2. A list of footnotes at the bottom (foot) of each page, for all citations on that page.
      • These are known as endnotes if they appear at the end of a chapter, section or other
      • division (for longer texts, for multi-author texts and for texts intended to be read as
      • separate parts)
      • 3. A bibliography at the end of the paper giving the details of each source referred to
      • and possibly other materials consulted in preparing the paper.
      • For citation and further detailed instructions refer to:
      • http://www.genuinewriting.com/Oxford_referencing_style.html
    • Harvard style
      • Harvard is an author-date referencing style which is more popular in UK academic
      • writing than Oxford Reference Style. 
      • Referencing:
      • When you summarize, quote or paraphrase another author, you need to
      • acknowledge their work in your assignment in  2  places: in the text where you
      • mention it  AND  in the bibliography at the end of your assignment.
      • In-text  references or citations have a pattern.  It doesn't matter if there is an author
      • or an editor; if there is a date or no date; if it's a web page, a journal article or a
      • chapter in a book, the pattern remains the same.
      • Citation:
      • Entry for a book :
      • Smith, J & Bruce, S 1997, A guide to personnel management , 4 th edn. McGrawHill,
      • Sydney
      • For more citation samples and further detailed instructions refer to:
      • http://files.ithuta.net/OpenJournals/HTS/Author/HTSREF.pdf
    • Turabian(Chicago)
      • Turabian(Chicago) is one of the oldest citation styles used in the academic practice,
      • and it is sometimes called Turabian (Kate L. Turabian wrote one of the most
      • comprehensive style guides for this work). Chicago/Turabain citation style is often
      • recognized as out-dated and not practical, though requested in many universities and
      • colleges. Chicago/Turabian Style has two different formats.
      • General Guidelines:
      • The traditional format contains footnotes for the citations, which appear on the
      • bottom of the page. The citation itself is usually similar to a mini bibliographical entry
      • for the most part. The second format for this model of citation are end notes, which
      • like footnotes are numbered, only instead of being found at the bottom of a page, the
      • end notes are found right before the Bibliography page. 
      • For citation samples and further detailed instructions refer to:
      • http://www.libs.uga.edu/ref/turabian2009.pdf
    • CSE/CBE style
      • CSE/CBE is a relatively new style introduced and promoted by the Council of Science
      • (former – Biology) Editors. CSE/CBE Style is also known as Scientific Style and
      • Format. This is a professional style for academic writing in natural and physical
      • sciences. There are two ways to do this style: Citation Sequence System, and Name
      • Year System. Citation Sequence System is the most frequently preferred way of
      • citation. The second method of citation which falls under CSE/CBE Style is the Name
      • Year System. Normally, this style only appears in certain scientific publications, and is
      • not often required by customers. 
      • For citation samples and further detailed instructions refer to:
    • Vancouver style
      • Vancouver is a professional biomedical style, originally known as Uniform
      • Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals. This is a
      • ‘ numbered’ style that follows the rules, which were established by the International
      • Committee of Medical Journal Editors in Vancouver, British Columbia, in 1978.
      • For citation samples and further detailed instructions refer to:
    • Plagiarism
      • When writing a paper, if you present material taken — either directly or
      • indirectly — from the work of someone else and do not acknowledge
      • this, you will be accused of plagiarism. This means that you should not
      • use either words or ideas of another writer without citing them in the
      • text. 
      •   It is forbidden to re-use previously uploaded paper, each paper
      • should be custom written! 
      • Before writing any paper, make sure you understand how to cite:
      • another person’s idea, opinion, or theory;
      • any information (facts, statistics, graphs, drawings);
      • quotations of another person’s actual spoken or written words;
      • paraphrases or summaries of another person
      • Plagiarism is not tolerated in our company. Writers who plagiarize are
      • either heavily fined or fired!
    • Check list
      • Things to do before submitting an order :
      • We highly recommend that you first submit a draft of your paper before uploading a final version
      • Check the word count
      • Proofread your work for grammar and punctuation
      • Make sure you cite the information appropriately
      • Read the instructions for the order again and make sure that your work corresponds to them
      • Check that you have named the work correctly
      • Make sure you are not getting late and submit the order prior to the deadline!
      Perform for each order
      • Thank you for working with us.
      • High quality stands for high compensation!