Why Plain Language? Linguistic Accessibility in Inclusive Higher Education
Plain language writing is clear, succinct, and jargon-free, and is organized in a way that facilitates understanding. It is a reader-centered way of writing, with the end goal of readers being able to access, comprehend, and utilize information. Like Universal Design, plain language writing benefits all readers while ensuring crucial access for some.
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