The UK EQUATOR Centre is hosted by the Centre for Statistics in Medicine, NDORMS, University of Oxford.
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f) Use LOWER CASE letters for conjunctions such as and , because , but , and however; for prepositions such as in , on , of , for , and to ; as well as for articles: a , an , and the , unless they occur at the beginning of a title or subtitle, or are being used emphatically, ., “And Now for Something Completely Different: A Hedgehog Hospital,” “Court OKs Drug Tests for People on Welfare,” or “Why Winston Churchill Was The Man of The Hour.”
The UDL Guidelines were compiled by David H. Rose, ., Co-Founder and Chief Education Officer at CAST, and Jenna Gravel, ., doctoral student at Harvard. They have received extensive review and comments from: colleagues at CAST; teachers at the elementary, secondary, and postsecondary levels; researchers; and other practitioners. As with Guidelines we will be inviting peer review and comments from individuals throughout the field.
New guidance is available on how to report statistics. Its purpose is to highlight some of the pitfalls and offer guidance on how to interpret and report figures in our output correctly. You can access the guidance here .