3 ways to make information more accessible to readers

First paragraph of “Making Information Accessible to Readers” from Writing in NonAcademic Settings (Odell and Goswani).  Easiest to improve specific sentences and words.  Read through first looking for local changes.  Then read again for global changes.  Does this mean that I focus on local?  Or just focus first?  Does this happen much?

            I would really like to work on how to get nonacademic writing into the curriculum of comp courses.  I think that would be phenomenal, useful, and fun.  I don’t have the foggiest idea how you’d go about it, though.  

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