Difference between revisions of "Handout"

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or the short URL = http://goo.gl/o9Lf6I
 
or the short URL = http://goo.gl/o9Lf6I
 
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** See the [https://docs.google.com/document/d/185iDZo1z9qFFwwG_83IkoHfYhhLGDCxyWLizX3jmSlw/edit online version of our print handout].
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** See the [https://docs.google.com/document/d/185iDZo1z9qFFwwG_83IkoHfYhhLGDCxyWLizX3jmSlw/edit online version of our print handout]. Short URL = [http://bit.ly/hoap-handout bit.ly/hoap-handout]
** It may not be pretty, because it has to spell out its URLs, and it doesn't tell you more than the rest of the [[Main_Page|HOAP web site]]. But it works to make the print edition more useful.
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** To be useful in print, it spells out its URLs rather than linking from words and phrases.  
** It's OA, natch.  
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** It's OA, natch.
 
<!-- short URL for the Google Doc version  
 
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http://goo.gl/dFnWu2
 
http://goo.gl/dFnWu2
 
* NB: the Google Doc is in PS account; HOAP doesn't have a Google account, tho it could get one -->
 
* NB: the Google Doc is in PS account; HOAP doesn't have a Google account, tho it could get one -->

Revision as of 13:56, 21 August 2014

  • Sometimes HOAP needs a print handout, for example, to distribute at a Berkman Center Open House. Any good handout would include URLs, and any print handout with URLs ought to have an online counterpart with active links. Voilà!