UTAS printed and web publications use Australian spellings. For example::
Other common Australian spellings include:
In general use a lower case e with the next letter in upper case when referring to the set of words prefixed with an 'e' (for electronic). For example:
Note: email (no hyphen, all lower case).
Some common issues include:
The English form of words borrowed from French, Latin etc is now generally preferred (the exception tends to be for scientific words):
Authorised by the Associate Director, Service Delivery & Support
21 January, 2014