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June 1995, Week 4


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"peter gershon, univ. west florida" <[log in to unmask]>
Fri, 23 Jun 1995 15:03:01 CST
Message of Mon, 19 Jun 1995 23:36:14 EDT from <REGBC@CUNYVM>
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I have used B & C as well.  It is a good deal, particularly in regard to
getting the free sub.  However, you are on your own regarding how to
best integrate this magazine, which, like all weeklies, performs just like
the energizer bunny (god- is that becomng THE cliche of the 90's or what?)::
it just keeps coming and coming and coming.  You need to figure out what
exactly you are going to do with it, and I would suggest you use it
in a regular, weekly basis.  It is just chocked full of info... but
unless you structure its appearance in your course, my experience is that
the go-getters will read it, and the other 78% of the class won't know
what to do with it, and consequently, won't
utilize it as much as they could have.  Also, when I had mail problems with
them, their operations personnel were less than helpful.   Hope this helps.
Peter Gershon      PGERSHON at UWF.CC.UWF.EDU
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