What is the difference between being a XMCAer and a CH-SIGer? Is just
a matter of theoretical clonning (just kidding here) or there are some
Quoting Eugene Matusov <email@example.com>:
> Dear xmca-ers
> You can access and place files on the Cultural-Historical SIG website
> following the instructions:
> 1) Go to the ch-sig site at http://ematusov.soe.udel.edu/ch-sig
> 2) Select Document Library on the left navigation bar
> 3) To open a file, select it and click on it
> 4) To upload a file into the library, click Upload
> 5) Follow instruction on the Upload page (it gives you logon and
> The CH-SIG website is linked to XCMA website on the home page.
> Let me know if you need any help,
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Mike Cole [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> > Sent: Sunday, March 28, 2004 8:49 PM
> > To: email@example.com
> > Subject: RE: hickey article in ESJ
> > Hi Eugene. Could you tell xmca folk who are not on ch-sig how to
> > papers through the home page of the sig? And, do you think we
> should have
> > an explicity pointer on the xmca site? Anyone can read it, which
> > difficulties.
> > Robert Siegler's site (#1 google entry) is unusual because all of
> > stuff, or a ton of it, is up there in PDF. I can imagine
> > where this could be the source of difficulty.
> > The entire "be open/but not too open" aspect of these quetions
> > itself with kids in absolutely wild ways, but we should see the
> > in our own practices as well, me thinketh.
> > mike
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