|Writing for Work » Collaborative Writing » Roles » Publisher/Presenter|
When a the group finishes a writing
project, it is most likely that a single name is attached to the document
as the "author" or contact. In the case of an oral
presentation, the presenter is the individual who delivers the
project to the audience.
In some cases, the publisher or presenter actively contributes to the group from start to finish of the writing project. More often, when a group is involved, the publisher or presenter makes only minor edits near or at the end of the project.
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