A B C D E F G H I J L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z
Read about why we need an editorial style guide.
When giving ranges use either 'from' and 'to' or 'between' and 'and', for example:
- 'from 18 to 20°C'
- 'between 18 and 20°C'
Do not mix and match, such as 'between 18 to 20°C'. Also, don't use hyphens, such as '18 - 20°C' or '18-20°C'.
Use italics when writing about book, journal and newspaper titles, for example, 'The Guardian'.
Also see Quotations marks.
Always refer to the website section students use to register with the University as 'Registration', not by its former name of Registration On-Line (ROL).
Also, always use the term 'registration' instead of 'enrolment' when referring to the process all students have to complete.