I joined the Ed Tech list a while back....Just in digest form. I have a
wealth of information and links as a result (for many subject areas) -- as
well as several Tech WIZARD contacts now. I have a folder on my machine just
for them. Several Getty members are on the list, too. I contribute when I
can. Those of you venturing into web editing now will find this list very
helpful in solving "glitches" on your site. All tech people are not created
equal (grin). I know some of you have your own horror stories to share.
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I have received excellent advice/answers for every post I make (too many
topics to list here)...and often immediately. This is how I get what I
want.... I write a very nice thank you to EACH person who replies (sent Off
list). Often it is the same people who help me....and again I thank them off
list personally. These folks are real wizards and know both platforms - all
software. And after I get help? I make every effort to "pay it forward" by
passing the advice on to one of you -- and in turn helping someone on the Ed
tech list. Many have referred their art staff to IAD. What goes around comes
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