The link to subscribe to the newsletter goes to which
is the web address for Accutrack.  Plus, the program is "advertised" if you
will, as web links throughout the newsletter.

I guess objective is not quite the right word (my mind thinks it is Monday).  I
totally agree with your comments but my gut reaction is that a newsletter
directed towards learning center professionals should be moderated by learning
center professionals.  I thought it was strange.

My question about objectivity is in that if there are competing products to
Accutrack (and I am related to one called TutorTrac) how likely will
information about it or information from related parties get into the
newsletter?  Will a software review about a competing product get in?

I still find the newsletter valuable, just a comment about its origins.

Thanks for your comments!


Helen Sabin wrote:

> Jennifer-
> How do you know accutrack is publishing this newsletter?  And if so, why
> not?  What today is objective?  It is up to you to separate the good from
> the bad.  use critical thinking skills, double check everything twice and go
> for it.
> Helen Sabin
> Jennifer Dorer-Corder wrote:
> > Why is a software company (Accutrack) publishing this newsletter?   How
> > objective is this information if not developed by learning center staff?
> >
> > Mon Nasser wrote:
> >
> > > Susie, simply fill-in the quick subscription form at this site:
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > Mon
> > >
> > > -----Original Message-----
> > >
> > > How can I subscribe to this newsletter?
> > > Thanks,
> > > Susie