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As part of an independent writing course, I am supposed to survey several individuals from a field which I am interested in. If any of you work with computers and technology on an elementary or secondary level (in classrooms or computer centers/labs) and have a few minutes to reply, I would greatly appreciate it. Please reply directly to me (not to the list). What types of writing do you do (with regards to computers and technology) on a regular basis (writing of *any* kind: proposals, memos, research, lessons, etc.)? Who is generally the intended audience of your writing (for example, is it formal or informal)? How do you feel you write most effectively? (please include any thoughts on computer vs. pen and paper, outlines and revisions, etc.) Do you feel that your educational background prepared you for the types of writing that your career requires? What changes would you recommend? Thank you for all of your help! Jennifer Hadley email@example.com