Leo and all,

I haven't seen the new Bulletin yet; however, I am sure that I will
support your endorsement as the team is doing a great job all around.

However, I will disagree with you re putting the Bulletin on the Web. And
for this I will speak from a number of points of view - from when I
was editor or on the executive, as a contributor, and as a member of APLA.
The Bulletin is a major benefit of membership in the association and
should not be given away free. While I could see having some portions of
the Bulletin on the Web I would not go for seeing it all there.

You may be interested in knowing that there are more than 630 subscribers
to the apla-list. Many of these people are not APLA members, but are
interested in what we are doing. Maybe we could post snippets here -
teasers on as enticements to becoming APLA members.

If we choose to make the Bulletin available to non-members, I hope that
will only be in part.


On Fri, 3 Dec 2004, Leo Deveau wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> I just want to express a big thank-you and congratulations to the APLA
> Bulletin editorial team of Erin Patterson, Patricia Gallant and Ruth Cordes
> (and Ray and his the folks at Repracorp) for the super redesign and refresh
> of the Bulletin!
> Just a thought - we might want to put the Bulletin up on the APLA web site
> for access outside the region(?).
> Great work all!
> Cheers,
> Leo
> ________________________________________
> Leo J. Deveau, B.A., M.Ed., MLIS
> Research and Communications Officer
> Post-Secondary Educational Support Services
> Canadian Paraplegic Association (Nova Scotia).