As a rabbi and educator who works for a school, shul or nonprofit organization, you do not solely represent yourself. You also represent the place in which you are employed. Everything that you say and write is representative of all that you and the institution that you are affiliated with stands for and preaches on a daily basis.
To that end, we want to make you aware of a new free online tool that can help your writing sound as great as your speeches!
Grammarly strengthens your writing by serving as a personal grammar coach. In fact, this site goes so far as to suggest that, “Grammarly makes you a better writer by finding and correcting up to ten times more mistakes than your word processor.” Indeed, Forbes magazine (see here) agrees with this assessment and noted that, “Grammarly quickly and easily makes your writing better.”
Grammarly claims to correct over 250 grammatical mistakes, while also catching contextual spelling errors and poor vocabulary usage. It can help you write mistake-free in Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, LinkedIn, and nearly anywhere else you write on the Web.
How does it work?
Grammarly’s powerful grammar checking algorithms are developed by the world’s leading authorities on linguistic technologies.
There is a free model and a premium model for as little as $11.66 a month. See below for more information:
We hope this site is one that helps you with your writing. Hatzlacha!