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Michael Boardman

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New Calculus Reform Discussion List
Posted: Aug 1, 1997 12:58 PM
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Greetings,

As promised, we have set up a new discussion list for the ongoing
debate/discussion on calculus (and other) reform. The new list is
unmoderated (but if advertising becomes a problem, moderation could
eventually come about).

To subscribe to the list, send a message to

lists@euler.math.pacificu.edu

with the body

SUBSCRIBE CALCULUS-REFORM Your_First_Name Your_Last_Name.

Posts to the list should then be sent to

CALCULUS-REFORM@euler.math.pacificu.edu

I just installed the mail server and the listserver software yesterday, so
if you encounter problems, please let me know. The machine on which the
list resides is NOT a dedicated mail server, so I have configured the
software to respond to queries approximately every 4 minutes. That is, you
should expect small delays when subscribing and sending messages.

Michael Boardman
Moderator, AP-CALC

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