Creating a Digital Resume

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Introduction & Objectives

public_html

Microsoft Word

Adobe PDF

Text Only/Simple Text

HTML

Link to the School of Information Career Center

Protecting your personal information

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Conclusion

One final tip:
Don't name your resume file resume.doc, resume.pdf, resume.txt or resume.html! Employers and agencies have to deal with numerous files. The standard convention is to use your first initial, last name and the file extension. For example: kchioco.doc, kchioco.pdf, kchioco.txt or kchioco.html.

References:
Dunham, Paul. (1999). Newbie Tech Writers. Retrieved from the WWW on March 2, 2002 from http://www.cloudnet.com/~pdunham/technicalwritingscannableresume.html

Levine, Alan. Writing HTML. Maricopa Center for Learning and Instruction. Retrieved from the WWW on February 2, 2002 from http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/tut/lessons.html

Learning to Publish - Learning HTML. Team Web, UT Austin. Retrieved from the WWW on February 20, 2002 from
http://www.utexas.edu/learn/pub/html.html

Protecting Your Personal Information When Putting Your Resume Online, Seebeck Computer Center at The University of Alabama. Retrieved from the WWW on February 17, 2002 from http://helpdesk.ua.edu/bama/web/resume.shtml


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