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April 01, 2006

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Dee

I know I'm late, so maybe you won't see this, but what is the difference between an outline and identifying key moments and noting the relevant references?

Miriam

They aren't arranged in any particular order--all I've got are the categorized page references. No headings, subheadings, topic sentences, etc., etc., etc.

Dee

Thanks. I've been using outline to mean "organize your data" when apparently it connotes a very particular way of organizing your data. I'll have to switch, for my students, to emphasize the functional nature of an "outline" rather than the format.

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