OOPS - forgot to copy the Conference folks - please reply to all if you're
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Conference Planning Committee,
I am constantly amazed by the breadth and depth of information available
through the EDUCAUSE web site. Resources include traditional media such as
ECAR studies, EQ articles, papers, presentations, podcasts and online/email
Accessing these artifacts can be done through searching the site, the
"affinity finder," blogs, the wiki, webcasts, tags, RSS, etc.
Considering the variety of tools, the scope of resources, and the various
ways folks can find, review and contribute information, do you think it
might be possible to put together a session at the next National Conference
on "Accessing EDUCAUSE Resources?" Perhaps your site administrator(s) could
run through the various tools, how to access and use them, etc.? I think
this would help to inform folks of not only what is available, but how they
can contribute to the knowledge base.
Just a suggestion from one person (but I cc'ed various constituent groups -
maybe we'll hear an "second!")
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