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What type of writing do you do in this job, do you have certain formats you follow? -Marina A. Martinez
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What type of writing do you do in this job, do you have certain formats you follow? -Marina A. Martinez

What type of planning do you do to prepare for a job plan?
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* Without going into too much detail, how do you safeguard a person's private information? (I.e., locked filing cabinets, online security programs, firewalls, etc..) ~Risa Murray~
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**If you could relive the last 5 years, what changes would you make? -marilyn hellums
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How important is writing in relation to your job?- Arturo Martinez

What are some things people often overlook when writing in your line of work? - Arturo Martinez

What is one common mistake you see when looking at other employees documents? - Arturo Martinez

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* Are you allowed to submit handwritten documents to your superiors or must everything be typed up to qualify as an official copy within the organization. ~Risa Murray~

* How do you prepare yourself each semester to ensure that things run smoothly between the documents students must fill out and all the information you must then submit to superiors? ~Risa Murray~

* How would you compare the writing requirements of the V.A. with the requirements in the military? (I.e., black ink, one-lining through mistakes, all capitals) ~Risa Murray~
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**If you could relive the last 5 years, what changes would you make? -marilyn hellums

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**Is this job writing focused? -Megan McDougall

**Who reads your writings? -Megan McDougall
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**What is your pet peeves?
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What is your pet peeves?
Why do you want to go into this field?
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What types of documents do you usually write, and what is the acceptable media to publish these documents? -Chris Alford

How often do you usually spend on one document? -Chris Alford
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** How do you check the background of a source to insure their credibility? - Jarod Cassidy
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** What planning goes into writing a document or article? - Jarod Cassidy

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***In relation to writing: What are the greatest pressures, strains or anxieties in this field? - Stacie Thomas
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**Who is your primary audience in your writings?-Brian Ramirez
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**What are the different types of writing you do in a typical day? -Shannon Hester

**What is the best way to stay organized? -Shannon Hester

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**How much time do you spend writing on the job?-Danielle Eiskant

**What type of documents do you write?-Danielle Eiskant
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**How does writing affect job positions?-Shawana Balfour


**If you are unable to write well or effectively can you lose your job?-Shawana Balfour
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General questions by Gilbert, Cameron, Tye, John, April, Stephanie, and Elizabeth:

* What are the day to day writing responsibilities of your job?

* What documents do you do annually, quarterly, bi-yearly have to submit?

* What kind of documents do you write the most?

* What kind of writing skill is required for your position?

* What courses would you suggest taking to prepare you for your position?

* Is the communication in your field relying on more written communication then verbal?

* Is it important to use e-mail on your job?

* What are the day to day reading responsibilities of you job?

* Are writing assignments a group effort or solely an responsibility?

* How much time do you spend on written communication?

* Does the amount of written communication on a daily bases take away from your other job responsibilities?

Questions for teacher interviewees by Joseph:

* How did writing influence your decision to become a teacher?

* How do you continue to use writing in the field?

* How does your history with writing continue to influence your teaching?

* What about writing did you learn that you try to bestow on your students?

* What types of writing do you regularly use in your everyday schedule? Email? Letters to colleagues/parents of students? Faxes? Explain how you use these.

* Are you an advocate of the writing workshop? If so, how do you use this environment in your own classroom?

* Would you have any samples of your field-based writing that you could share with me?

Interview questions by Katherine Kinsel, Karthik Kommarraju, and Kris Carpenter:

* How did this type of work interest you and how did you get started?

* What writing responsibilities do you have on a daily basis?

* Who is the audience that you are writing for?

* Does anyone review or revise your writing before it is submitted?

* How much time is spent on writing during your work week?

* What outcomes are produced as a result of your written material?

* How has the writing changed since the inception of more technology in the workplace?

* What tone is used in your writings?

* When it comes to writing, what are your biggest frustrations?

* Do you have any suggestions or advice that can help prepare me for this kind of writing?

* How often are pre-printed documents or forms used to satisfy the writing process of your work?

* Are there any special writing skills that one must possess in order to work in this profession?

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