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Topic: [ap-stat] Transition to the AP Statistics Teacher Community Forum
Replies: 1   Last Post: Aug 4, 2012 9:42 AM

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RE: [ap-stat] Transition to the AP Statistics Teacher Community Forum
Posted: Aug 4, 2012 9:42 AM
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Dennis and All -

Dennis writes.


Now, if I understand Chris, one has to leave the email ... go to the forum
and find that particular post ... open it (in effect a second time) then
reply to it if one wants to ... then go back to your email work.


Dennis is understanding correctly, and I totally agree with hi sentiments.
In my session with the gentleman who - as I understand it - is in charge of
the development of the Forum, I expressed strongly the view that we would
all be happier with immediate e-mail response capability. He agreed, and
acknowledged that this was a near universal view on all the AP Forums.

He assured me that they were trying to figure out how to implement that
capability. One of the reasons for going to this new Forum (other than
offering more and better options to the AP communities) was that the old
software was no longer being developed. I believe that CB is building this
as they go and want to satisfy our different communities; I will certainly
be in communication with the powers that be on this particular capability.

n Chris


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