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If it is just for a class exercise, I think you could pick just about
any page on the internet. I have rarely read anything on the 'net
that couldn't use a good editing...
From: pauleys -at- bgnet -dot- bgsu -dot- edu
> I am a master's student in the Scientific and Technical Communication
> program at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, OH. I am
> currently enrolled in an editing course, which requires me to solicit
> materials for editing (operations manuals, tutorials, brochures, etc).
> I have sent out letters and e-mails to local and campus
> organizations, but have had limited success. I was wondering if any
> of you might have suggestions as to where I could look? Thank you,
> Sara Pauley
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