Library | Grammarly
Use Grammarly to improve spelling, grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, and style in your writing. Grammarly is a free service for current Southern University at New Orleans students, staff, and faculty.
To make sure you get the most out of Grammarly, there are some additional features that allow using Grammarly when writing in Microsoft Word, in Internet browsers, in emails, and on the desktop!
MS Office plug-in: grammarly.com/office-addin
The MS Office plug-in conveniently adds Grammarly to Microsoft Word and Microsoft Outlook. When creating a document, Grammarly will appear on the right-hand side and provide suggestions, similar to the online editor.
Desktop App: https://www.grammarly.com/native/
The desktop app can be placed on your computer as a shortcut on your desktop to provide a quick and easy way to access Grammarly. Its usage is identical to the online editor.
- Chrome Extension: http://bit.ly/1vMojEh
- Safari Extension: http://apple.co/1XuN2Hh
- Firefox Extension: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox/user/grammarly/
The browser extensions allow Grammarly to check writing entered in text boxes within a web browser, including the Gmail compose box.
Grammarly and Google Docs
As of October 2018 Grammarly is available for use with Google Docs. (Chrome only)
The Leonard S. Washington Memorial Library has purchased a license for Grammarly.
Grammarly works to detect grammar, spelling, punctuation, word choice and style mistakes in writing.
Check your SUNO e-mail for an invitation. You must use your SUNO e-mail for access to the advanced features.
Click here for more information.