Printed InnerAction to cease
December 4, 2000
“The articles are very informative...a great source of information for the entire campus. (But) there's no need to send us the hard copy. We all read the information through e-mail.”
The e-mail from Human Resources, sent to Public Relations and Publications last week, was one of many expressing the campus's comfort with the electronic version of InnerAction.
With those sentimentsâ€”and ever-present budgetary constraintsâ€”in mind, the Public Relation, Publications and Marketing staff announces that “InnerAction” will be electronic only beginning in January. No hard copies will be distributed. Instead, the newsletter will be sent out via e-mail every Monday and will be available at all times through the “InnerAction” link on the University's homepage.
Of course, those who favor paper can continue to print their very own copy, right from the screen.
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