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Subject:Portfolios? From:Brett Wetzell <wbwetzel -at- EOS -dot- NCSU -dot- EDU> Date:Mon, 5 Aug 1996 16:57:59 -0400
The posts about preparing for a technical writing career reminded me of a
question I've always had:
When you present a portfolio, should it be something you give to the
to keep, or is it understood that you are just showing what work you have done?
(Not only am I considering grad school, I'm considering quality
employment...which has led me to considering grad school =)
NC State Computing Center Publications Web Lackey & Purveyor of Smileys in a
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