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Seems to me that the replies that were given by Beth Agnew and Geoff Hart
were generally on the money. I will add my two cents, which I hope will be
worth more to you.
It seems that you have quite a time restraint, and you have a lot of stuff
to be reviewed too. Chances are that a lot of the material that you will be
asking people to review is repeated in different forms, over and over, in
the different materials.
I'd say make specific lists of what specific things to look for, for each
reviewer. For example, I suppose that they should be looking for errors or
inaccuracies in content and not in the presentation, format, or written
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