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Fact checking is checking the accuracy of names, dates, dollar figures, and other facts. It is not copy editing or substantive editing.
This seminar will discuss
- Why fact checking is important: prevents mistakes, avoids loss of money, avoids lawsuits, establishes client/author credibility
- How to fact check: major classes of facts, steps in the fact-checking process, major classes of sources, corroboration
- How much fact checking should be done: desired level of fact checking based on the client's parameters, time and budget constraints
Contact the Seminar Chair to discuss group training options at your office.