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August 2012

We recently launched the University’s new future students website, which is an essential communication channel with our domestic and international audiences.

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University staff often confuse the humble hyphen and en dash, so how do you separate them? Our punctuation guidelines in the Editorial Style Guide explain correct usage, but here is a snapshot of some key points to remember.

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Many University staff find it to tricky to master capitalisation. However, to make life easier for you we have now summarised our editorial guidelines for capitalisation all in one place on the Editorial Style Guide.

University style is to minimise capitalisation, and our summary explains when we should and shouldn’t use it in our communications.

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You can now access updated guidance for appropriate use of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander terminology in the University’s Editorial Style Guide.

The Marketing and Communications Division worked with the Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous Strategy and Services) to build on the guidance previously developed by the Koori Centre.

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