Great question, but what kinds of actions (and purposes) might comprise review?
I end up with so many actions that begin with the verb "review" , whether on projects, one-offs or sdmbs that I know I need to try to be more specific about review means.
So I am collecting my own ideas and asking if others might be willing share their thoughts about the actual actions, implied or explicit, when "review" is among the words.
Review ( of previously prepared materials): read my notes and plans at an appropriate time before a presentation in order to be familiar with my phrasing, order, pauses and at ease; or read outline and notes before writing.
Review (of a list): Read through list and decide what on it is relevant and if the list is complete.
Review (of calendar): are there any conflicts? any waiting fors? any "@ adgendas", any unrecognized lead times.
Review (of stuff): do I have duplicates? are any pieces missing? are the instructions with the item? Does it fit the intended purpose?
Review (of reading material, clippings, etc)-does this merit closer scrutiny and analysis?
Review (of websites): exploration of sites I have been keeping a list for a variety of purposes.
Review (of project plans or notes)o I see any problems? Why is it not moving? If it is complete--How did it go?
Any other ideas about review?