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6. A competent scholar with a working knowledge of:
(b) Theories of learning and human development

Email announcing Word Processing Survey

This is the email that was sent to the campus on Tuesday, September 10 inviting participation in the word processing survey.  I sent this message as a reminder, but this time I asked for my name to be shown in the From: address line, and I especially asked for the subject line to be "Last Chance to Win $100 from ITS", not the generic "Important Departmental Announcements" that was used in the firstr message.  We doubled the number of respondents with this reminder.

Sent: Tuesday, September 17, 2002 4:07 PM
From: David Heise
All employees
Subject: Last Chance to Win $100 from ITS

Dear Andrews Faculty, Staff and Administrators,

This is a reminder that the Word Processing Survey closes on Friday, September 20. If you have already completed the survey, thank you. If you missed the email notice last week, then please take a moment to read this message and take the survey.


You could win a $100 spending spree at the ITS Computer Store! All you have to do is take 5 to 10 minutes to answer a few simple questions. Just click on this link
(https://secure.andrews.edu/itsurvey/default.asp) or paste it into the address line of your browser, and complete the online Word Processing Needs Survey.

This survey will help ITS prepare training that is tailored to the word processing needs of the campus. We are gathering data to guide us in the planning of support for the two Office Suites - Corel & Microsoft.

Note: While it is true that the future of support for Office Suites is being evaluated, there has been no change in the level of support for WordPerfect. Any rumors to the contrary are not true.

Please take a moment to complete this survey, and help us to serve you better. The survey will close on September 20.

Thank you.

David Heise
Chief Information Officer
Andrews University

email: dheise@andrews.edu
phone: (269) 471-6124
cell: (269) 208-9292
fax: (269) 471-6900

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