The JENNEJOHNN ISO ListServe - All the Details

Marc

Fully vaccinated are you?
Leader
The Old JENNEJOHNN ISO ListServe

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This post revised 11 February 2005
 

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Marc

Fully vaccinated are you?
Leader
Someone recently asked me whatever happened to the JENNEJOHNN listserve. I don't know. Do any of you?
 

Wes Bucey

Prophet of Profit
According to the info in Post 1, it was run out of UW-Stout. this school recently won a Baldrige. Why not write the lady who got the Baldrige and ask if she knows anything?

Welcome to the
Center for Assessment
and Continuous Improvement

Julie Furst-Bowe, Ph.D.
Director of the Center for Assessment
and Continuous Improvement

University of Wisconsin-Stout
121 10th Avenue
212G Millennium Hall
Menomonie, WI 54751
Phone 715-232-5901
Fax number 715-232-2456
 

Marc

Fully vaccinated are you?
Leader
NICE forum! I'm impressed! Considering the recent 'spat' here over staying on topic and being professional, that forum is a good example. I always liked that listserve. And now as a forum, it's searchable and will be an asset.

But - I tried to register and got a php error.

Howard, I think I saw you're rgistered there - You might want to let them know about the mail error.

The JENNEJOHNN ISO ListServe - All the Details
 

Marc

Fully vaccinated are you?
Leader
I didn't check. I will. I expected it to send me a 'verification' e-mail to activate the account.

EDIT ADD: It activates at registration. :agree1: I was able to log in.
 
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Lyn N Iles

JENNEJOHNN ISO ListServe - All the Details

I was a member of the Listserve and moved over to the forum when it was created some months ago.

I must say, that although I know the site had difficulties for a few weeks recently due to aggressive virus attacks, traffic on it is not nearly as brisk as when the Listserve was in existence - perhaps receiving e-mails with the latest posts used to prompt more activity.

While it's always useful to have as many "quality" resources as possible, IMHO the UWSTOUT site isn't a patch on the Cove for layout, wide-ranging subject matter, the quality of information, and the eagerness of members to provide others with the fruits of their experience and expertise!

Once again, well done Marc for providing us with such a useful and interesting site! :thanx: :applause:

Lyn
 

Wes Bucey

Prophet of Profit
Lyn N Iles said:
I was a member of the Listserve and moved over to the forum when it was created some months ago.

I must say, that although I know the site had difficulties for a few weeks recently due to aggressive virus attacks, traffic on it is not nearly as brisk as when the Listserve was in existence - perhaps receiving e-mails with the latest posts used to prompt more activity.

While it's always useful to have as many "quality" resources as possible, IMHO the UWSTOUT site isn't a patch on the Cove for layout, wide-ranging subject matter, the quality of information, and the eagerness of members to provide others with the fruits of their experience and expertise!

Once again, well done Marc for providing us with such a useful and interesting site! :thanx: :applause:

Lyn
As a physical thing, it is miles beyond the ASQ Forum in look and feel. Activity and "buzz" make a Forum successful or moribund. As I looked through the site, I didn't see any open questions/threads which moved me to make a contribution to the discussion.

The main difference I see between Cove and the Stout site is the sense of "community" here in the Cove, lacking (yet! - it's only less than a year old as a Forum) in the Stout site.

As I looked through the member list, I saw some familiar names from here and from ASQ, but none of them have mentioned the Stout site in their posts here or in ASQ. I didn't read EVERY post at Stout, so I wonder if any of them refer to the Cove or to the ASQ Forum. A person has to be excited about a Forum in order to feel comfortable referring anyone to visit.

I agree that every post I read was a model of decorum, perhaps even too decorous. When things get too bland, there is no passion. Like it or not, we have passion in the Cove and it is a driving force, whether in the questions or the answers.
 
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