Editorial style guide - I
An abbreviation of the Latin id est meaning that is. As with eg, no full stop is necessary. Use a comma before. Try to avoid.
Lower case initials.
Upper case initial. Not INSIGNEO.
Try not to use institution as a substitute for university, as it can cause confusion.
Falls into the category of words that have lost their potency through overuse. Anything that is described as interesting will certainly not arouse the interest of your readers.
Title case. Or write the full name: International Faculty, CITY College.
Lower case initial.
Lower case initial. Don't use world wide web to describe the internet.
Upper case initials. Not freshers' week.
–ise or –ize
Use -ise rather than -ize in words such as organise, specialise and finalise. The only exception we can think of is capsize.
Try to avoid, unless referring to book titles or certain foreign words/terms.
See also Fonts
it's or its
It's means it is.
The possessive its doesn't need an apostrophe:
The university has redesigned its logo.
See also apostrophes