A glossary is an alphabetical list of terms that carries their definitions, their common synonyms, and examples in sentences.
A term can have different meanings depending on the The circumstances that influence, are influenced by, and provide understanding of the change. it is used in. Thus, a glossary guides the reader and gives sense to terms he/she may not know.
Why use a Glossary?
Complex content often requires complex terminologies. Some of them are not common and people may not understand their meanings. A glossary fixes this and provides a comprehension tool that explains the meaning and The circumstances that influence, are influenced by, and provide understanding of the change. of a term.
Glossaries are used to provide a common understanding of terms and a common language that can be used to communicate and exchange ideas.
When to add a new term in the glossary?
The term is unique to a The sphere of knowledge that defines a set of common requirements, terminology, and functionality for any program or initiative solving a problem.
There are multiple definitions for the term
The definition implied is outside of the term’s common use
There is a reasonable chance of misunderstanding
How does Glossary work?
Benefits of using Glossary
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On top of the brief description of the method, access to:
- an explanation of when and how to use it,
- a practical example,
- tips and recommendations for use,
- downloadable checklists and templates,
- references for further reading,