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Subject:Re: Post-its for Online Reviewing From:Damien Braniff <Damien_Braniff -at- PAC -dot- CO -dot- UK> Date:Wed, 15 Oct 1997 08:34:23 +0100
I agree with Alexia, peer review is important though difficult if you work
in a small dept or are the only author. When I first started there were 18
authors in the department I was in. Everything I did was checked by me,
somebody else in my section (for accuracy, style etc), manager for the
"general feel" and then by the project team. As she said, peer reviews
mean that there is an almost continual review of the styles etc and updates
to how things were done was quite common.