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Creating Mailing Lists

Tip: I regularly establish YahooGroups mailing lists for workshops and either enroll teachers in the lists or give them instructions for enrolling themselves. With these lists, teachers can continue the conversations that were promoted in the workshop and share their attempts at implementing strategies. Yahoo!
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I regularly establish YahooGroups mailing lists for workshops and either enroll teachers in the lists or give them instructions for enrolling themselves. With these lists, teachers can continue the conversations that were promoted in the workshop and share their attempts at implementing strategies. Yahoo! Groups has a great file storage feature where teacher-created files (Hyperstudio stacks, web pages, worksheets, etc.) can be stored. You can add folders, establishing one for each workshop participant and have them use the folders for storing their digital documents.

Submitted by:David Warlick
The Landmark Project
Raleigh, NC

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