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Date:         Sun, 7 May 2000 19:07:11 -0500
Reply-To:     Forum on Women's History
Sender:       Forum on Women's History
From:         Cindy Koeppel 
Subject:      CongressLink Communicator
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CongressLink Communicator is published by The Dirksen Congressional Center.
Each monthly issue contains news about CongressLink
and feature articles written by teachers and students who use the site.

For those of you who are not familiar with CongressLink, it is a free
educational web site for teachers and students.  Over the past four years
it has been in existence, the site has undergone many changes and will
continue to do so to meet the needs of its users.  CongressLink has a
growing library of lesson plans and other resources to encourage a better
understanding of Congress.  The site also gives teachers the opportunity to
communicate with their colleagues and with subject matter experts.  And if
you can't find what you are looking for on CongressLink, we have an
annotated list of over seventy-five related web sites to help you.

We invite you to subscribe to CongressLink Communicator. You will find
CongressLink to be an asset! If you have any comments or questions about
the site or the newsletter, please feel free to contact us.


Please let us know and we would be happy to provide you with an archived


CongressLink Communicator welcomes article suggestions from our readers,
although we cannot promise to print everything submitted.  Articles
focusing on CongressLink features, CongressLink uses, and related news are
encouraged.  Please include your name and school with your submission, and
indicate if you would like to have that information included in the
newsletter.  Please send your article suggestions to Cindy Koeppel,