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A contributor or writer on a writing team may produce either a small or large section of the project, depending on how the project leader has divided responsibilities within the group.
The contribution may be a written portion of the document in a nearly final draft form, a chunk or research results, or a selection of graphics to enhance the document or presentation.
To be an effective contributor you must understand the goals of the project, your responsibilities within the group, and the deadlines for your contribution.
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