Dear Colleagues: (Kindly Circulate) 
We are pleased to announce the availability of two new 2007 revised editions:
100 Things Every Online Student Ought to Know (ISBN 0-935637-34-6) and
100 Things Every College Freshman Ought to Know (ISBN 0-935637-33-8)
Kindly assist by notifying your colleagues supervising online student 
courses, freshman seminars, and those responsible for student retention of 
new revisions.  Those planning textbook adoptions and others planning to 
in quantity can request a review copy via email or by calling our toll free 
number below.
Special note to coordinators of disabled students:  The online student 
edition has been expanded with a focus on students with disabilities through the 
help of Dr. Jane Jarrow, President: Disability Compliance in Online Learning.  
Her recommendations, Appendix filled with advice, and web site suggestions will 
offer special assistance to students with disabilities when enrolling in their 
first online course.
Special note to freshmen retention coordinators:  The new revision has been 
expanded to include over 80 different links to professional web pages that 
provide a wealth of valuable resource information to aid new students in their 
adjustment to college. 

Please alert your Dean/Director of Online Learning and Freshman Retention to 
encourage their review of these newly published guidebooks for all newly 
enrolled online students and freshmen to insure all students including those with 
disabilities are provided with the latest tips and information available to 
improve success.
Campus bookstores should also be encouraged to stock this guidebook series 
includes 100 Things Every Student With a Disability Ought to Know, 100 Things 
Every Adult College Student Ought to Know, and 100 Things Every International 
Student Ought to Know in preparation for campus visitors during Spring Open 
Houses, Summer Orientation, and Fall enrollment.
Thank you in advance for notifying all concerned. Additional info at our web 
site below.
P.S.  A limited quantity of first editions is available and will be offered 
at a 10% discount to those ordering before March 1, 2007

Peter W. Stevens, President
The Cambridge Stratford Study Skills Institute
a division of Cambridge Stratford, Ltd.
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Williamsville, New York 14221
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