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Here is a message I received the other day.  I thought some of you with tutoring might
be interested.
 
Dave Caverly
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Date: Sat, 29 Apr 1995 16:09:10 -0300
From: Patti Kirby <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: TUTOR-L and TUTOR-ANNOUNCE-L * Announce * 95/04
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Site:  TUTOR-L
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From:  Michael Berns <[log in to unmask]>
Date:  29 April 1995
 
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   Tutor-L is an unmoderated public conference for discussions and
   notices relating to the development and introduction of: (a) the new
   "global tutoring" concept, (b) the IT (International Tutoring)
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   accessible to all for comment), and (c) other alternative forms of
   learning.  In addition to posting and responding to queries and
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   other alternative forms of learning.  Recommendations from IT
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   NEW *IT* HOME PAGE.  Use your Web Browser and the following URL:
 
        http://edie.cprost.sfu.ca/it
 
   For technical questions relating to or comments about the IT Web
   Site, contact:
 
        Harry Fox, IT WebMaster & Registrar <[log in to unmask]>
 
   All students, be they gifted or challenged, rich or poor, ambulatory
   or not, will have access to global tutoring.  Please consult the IT
   Web Site in August for IT global tutor and IT global tutee
   application forms, and for the first selection of subjects to be
   offered when IT operations begin September 1, 1995.  Eventually, a
   wide range of multilingual subjects will be offered by IT for
   pre-school to continuing education students.
 
   Based upon discussions held on the Tutor-L list and recommendations
   made by IT committees, global referenda will be held on the
   Tutor-Announce-L list, with the results of the voting disseminated on
   both conferences.
 
   We have embarked upon what may be an important voyage -- namely, the
   discovery of practical ways to enhance student learning everywhere.
 
   Owner:  Michael Berns  [log in to unmask]
           Executive Director, International Tutoring (IT)
           IT Home Page URL: http://edie.cprost.sfu.ca/it
           IT WebMaster & Registrar: <[log in to unmask]>
           Tutor-L and Tutor-Announce-L Owner: <[log in to unmask] fu.ca>
           Ed.D. Candidate, History and Philosophy of Education Department
           Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto
           252 Bloor Street West, 8th Floor  Toronto, Ontario  M5S 1V6  Canada
           Student E-mail: <[log in to unmask]>
 
 
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