Thanks, Marcy, for posting the info about linking up with other people.
Is there any way to get to the discussion forum without having a WWW browser?
> on time . . . ) If you've got an idea for a proposal but you want to
> hook up with other like-minded people, the CCCC web pages can help.
> We're putting in a link to a discussion forum where people can post the
> ideas that they have, and find interested people to work with them. That
> link will be off the CCCC 96 web page, which is at:
I guess the link could best be made to the Mary-Louise's site at York U.
where the current issue of the newsletter is stored. But I don't want to
volunteer somebody else for what might turn into a lot of work.
> part of the C's pages. I thought that maybe the Canadian Caucus or CASLL
> might want to be represented, too. This could be a matter as simple as
> giving me or Eric Crump the URL for the Inkshed site, or it could be a
> matter of somebody designing a web site specifically to represent the broad
> spectrum of writing research & instruction in Canada. (This site could
> include URLs to specific universities or writing programs or what have