Bernadette Woit
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At 7:23 on October 22, 2008, Justin Sharpe said…
Hi there Bernadette! Thanks for joining the edu4drr network! As part of the shake out team it would be useful if you added yourself to this group on the site! If you click on 'groups' at the top of the page and then add yourself into the shake out one it would be very helpful in terms if group cimmunication. When you have done that please add a short biog alongside your aims and hopes for the shake out team!

By the way, if you click on your profile when you have signed in you can upload a photo or graphic if you are shy as well as choose your profile page background and style!

Thanks. Justin
 
 
 

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