Been here before: email delivery seemed to suit the majority, agreed about
"diluting" the discussion by segregating the community. 396 users is a
large rock to move!

Willing to move to other tools, but to what end and for what benefit? If it
ain't broke...

*Eric Hall
Technology Coordinator*
*Waterbury/Duxbury School District*
*Washington West SU*

On Thu, Feb 9, 2012 at 8:31 AM, Gregory Connors <[log in to unmask]>wrote:

> Hello All,
> It occurred to me the other day, while I had 35 Chrome tabs open trying to
> gather info posted to School IT, that the format is dated and annoying.
> Perhaps I am the only one that feels this way and everyone is comfortable
> with
> this familiar "pair of slippers", but I thought that since there are many
> Google
> Apps for Education districts out there, we can start a Google Group and see
> where that goes .... at least the search will be better ... we can chat
> with
> each other, more easily share ... thought I would test the water with this
> idea.
> Opinions?
> Even though I started it this morning using my account, we can
> have
> multiple Admins to the group across all of our districts in the state
> obviously ...
> working together we can build content fairly quickly.
> Anyone interested in being a manager or merely a member, sign up and send
> me
> a message!
> The Listserve IS will continue to BE a valuable resource of course,
> especially
> for official communications and notices, and I am certainly not trying to
> mess
> with that!
> It is simply my own personal style that I have to think fast, research
> fast, and implement fast and Google seems like a good bet to foster
> communication going
> forward.
> Best,
> Greg
> Gregory Connors
> Director of Information Technology
> Rutland Central Supervisory Union
> 257 South Main Street
> Rutland, VT 05701
> 802.775.4342 x 110 - Office
> 802.733.4190 - Mobile
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