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>This is a wonderfully lively discussion.  It was very crafty of Martha to
>start it with what appeared to be a short, direct question.
>
>For Ed K. in Hawaii, Georgine M at Pitsburgh, and Janice L. at Nebraska:
>
>I am in agreement with everyone.  The best of our work is the knowledge
>that we may have activated a small part of a student that will grow and
>become a great success. (just this a.m. I came to work to find three
>beautiful yellow roses from an L.D. student for giving her a pep talk
>yesterday - what a joy!)  However, politics and networking can be
>important - not nearly so eloquently stated as Karen Smith's words.  To
>coin a small metaphor of my own in response to Gene:  "Sometimes you have
>to post flyers in order to get people to buy tickets so they CAN SEE the
>play."
>
>Frankie Yockey, Assistant Director
>Tutoring and Academic Assistance Center, 1068
>University of Idaho
>Moscow, Idaho  83844
>(208)885-6307
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Frankie:  that's a great quote!  Now I have to get the flyers ready...!  Karen
 
Karen G. Smith, University Director
Learning Resource Centers
Rutgers University
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