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International Communicator

Friday, May 8, 2015   (3 Comments)
Posted by: Stephanie Wilhelm
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Ronald E. Fritz says...
Posted Saturday, May 16, 2015
I believe the major emphasis of the Communicator is to report news from various sections around the world, to keep us connected all to each other and informed on what others are doing. I do not think we need scientific articles, there is a plethora of continuing education journals. More critical to me is this medium for communication among sections, mission service activities members are engaged in, etc. Certainly, informing the membership on what is happening with the organization, the Board, the Foundation, etc., is something membership needs to read and know about. Thank you to all who put extra effort into producing a great newsletter for all members of ADI.
Friedrich A. Herbst says...
Posted Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Thanks for the newest issue of the Communicator. Recognition and appreciation to all who labored to make it ready for printing. With all respect for web based digital communication 'paper' today is more important than ever. The Communicator is one of the most important A D I communications vehicle. A D I fellows should see it a challenge to regularly send papers, notes, articles, pictures for publication in the Communicator thus creating a vital platform. Nothing presents speaks more for the vitality of a group, association then regular 'Communication'. I'm looking forward to volume # 34.
Debra A. Woo says...
Posted Friday, May 8, 2015
I like the online communicator and appreciate the page turning sound as I reviewed the pages. Thank you for a well thought out newletter. Dr Debra Woo

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