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Thanks, Diana. Your web site is in LSCHE and now Alabama has 2 listed. 
Collegially.......

[log in to unmask]                   For all of us to win in the knowledge 
economy,
Frank L Christ                      we need to unleash the knowledge in our
Emeritus, CSULB                document databases, use and reuse our past
Visiting Scholar, U of AZ     knowledge, find ways to create new knowledge
             and then share it across our enterprise........
             ...Rick Thoman, Former Xerox Corp President & CEO
LSCHE Web Portal:      http://www.pvc.maricopa.edu/~lsche/
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Diana Calhoun Bell" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Tuesday, June 26, 2007 7:28 AM
Subject: Re: LSCHE and center web sites and names


> Frank,
> This email about center websites came to me and I thought I would send you
> our information.
> University of Alabama in Huntsville
> Academic Resource Center
> http://arc.uah.edu
>
> Best,
> Diana Bell
>
>
>
>
>> LSCHE ADDS: Please note that there are now 440 websites of learning
>> centers from the USA, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand. Thanks to Karen
>> Sakamoto, University of Hawaii, 4 more sites were added to that state.
>>
>> Now if only someone would review their state and send me information on
>> centers not now in LSCHE. Examples of states that must have more than the
>> low number of centers now in LSCHE are Alabama (1), Alaska (1), Delaware
>> (1), Kansas (2), Louisiana (3), Maine (3), Mississippi (2), Nebraska (2),
>> New Mexico (3), North Dakota (1), South Dakota (1), West Virginia (2),
>> Wyoming (1) as well as other states with low numbers of learning center
>> web sites.
>>
>> If you research your state, send me the center information using this
>> format: Name of institution-name of center-web address for the center
>> (please check that it is correct).
>>
>> This list would be a great resource for anyone interested in comparing 
>> web
>> sites or looking to develop a web site.
>>
>> Under names of centers, there are now 140 different names. You may want 
>> to
>> look to see if your name is there and if it is not, email me with it.
>> Collegially.........
>>
>>
>> [log in to unmask]                   For all of us to win in the knowledge
>> economy,
>> Frank L Christ                      we need to unleash the knowledge in
>> our
>> Emeritus, CSULB                document databases, use and reuse our past
>> Visiting Scholar, U of AZ     knowledge, find ways to create new 
>> knowledge
>>              and then share it across our enterprise........
>>              ...Rick Thoman, Former Xerox Corp President & CEO
>> LSCHE Web Portal:      http://www.pvc.maricopa.edu/~lsche/
>>
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> "To do things for students that they can do for themselves is not
> generosity but impatience." (Mina Shaughnessy)
>
> Dr. Diana C. Bell
> Academic Resource Center Director
> 136 Madison Hall
> University of Alabama in Huntsville
> Huntsville, AL  35899
> (256)824-3142
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