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NCRVE
      CYBERSPACE                                           Issue No. 32
                 UPDATE                 Events of August-September 1999
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National Center for Research in Vocational Education
University of California at Berkeley


In this issue:

o Keep up with the NCRVE website
o New items appear on the NCRVE website
o VOCNET and DISSMN8
o How to connect to NCRVE electronic services

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KEEP UP WITH THE NCRVE WEBSITE

Would you like to get a short email message whenever new publications 
and features become available on the National Center for Research in 
Vocational Education Website?

If so, send an email message to ncrve-www-announce@ncrve.berkeley.edu, 
and put the word SUBSCRIBE in the subject line of the message.  About 
730 people were on the list at the end of September.


NEW ITEMS APPEAR ON THE NCRVE WEBSITE

Seven items were added to the Web in the last two months:

  o Career Development Effects of Career Magnets Versus Comprehensive 
    Schools, by E. Flaxman, A. Guerrero, D. Gretchen (MDS-803, 
    May 1999); <http://ncrve.berkeley.edu/MDS-803/>

  o CenterWork newsletter (Vol. 10, No. 2, Summer 1999);
    <http://ncrve.berkeley.edu/CW10.2/>

  o Enhancing Linkages to Postsecondary Education: Helping Youths 
    Make a Successful Transition to College, by D. D. Bragg
    (CenterPoint No. 5, July 1999); 
    <http://ncrve.berkeley.edu/CenterPoint/CP5/>
 
  o Integrating Academic and Vocational Curriculum: Why Is Theory So Hard 
    to Practice? by Gary Hoachlander (CenterPoint No. 7, September 1999); 
    <http://ncrve.berkeley.edu/CenterPoint/CP7/>

  o New Designs for Learning: K-12 Schools, by G. H. Copa 
    (CenterPoint No. 6, August 1999);
    <http://ncrve.berkeley.edu/CenterPoint/CP6/>

  o Who's Minding the Store? A Guide for Educators Working with 
    School-Based Enterprises, by R. Larson (MDS-1254, June 1999);
    <http://ncrve.berkeley.edu/MDS-1254/>

  o Zeroing In On Students' Needs: The 1998 Exemplary Career Guidance 
    and Counseling Programs, by Z. B. Matias, C. Maddy-Bernstein, 
    G. Harkin (MDS-1233, June 1999); 
    <http://ncrve.berkeley.edu/MDS-1233/>
        

VOCNET AND DISSMN8

VOCNET, NCRVE's listserv discussion list for all voc ed topics, currently 
has about 1,312 subscribers. Approximately 267 items were posted in 
June-July. 

DISSMN8, NCRVE's listserv discussion list for educational dissemination-
related topics, currently has about 195 subscribers.  

The NCRVE website has current information on how to subscribe and 
unsubscribe to the lists.


HOW TO CONNECT TO NCRVE ELECTRONIC SERVICES

World Wide Web--Point your WWW browser to http://ncrve.berkeley.edu/

VOCNET--See the instructions at <http://ncrve.berkeley.edu/VOCNET.html>

   VOCNET is archived by AskERIC on the Web: 
     <http://www.askeric.org/Virtual/Listserv_Archives/VOCNET.html>
     
DISSMN8--See the instructions at <http://ncrve.berkeley.edu/DISSMN8.html>

NCRVE-WWW-ANNOUNCE--To subscribe, send an email message to NCRVE-WWW-
   ANNOUNCE@NCRVE.BERKELEY.EDU that contains the word SUBSCRIBE in 
   the subject line.
   
AskNCRVE--To get an answer to questions about any vocational
   education-related topic, send email to AskNCRVE@ncrve.berkeley.edu

CYBERSPACE UPDATE--For a copy of the most recent CyberSpace Update, which
   summarizes the items added to the NCRVE website during the preceding 
   two months, send a blank email message to CyberSpace@ncrve.berkeley.edu.  
   Current and back issues of CyberSpace Update (covering events since 
   April 1998) are available on the web at 
   http://ncrve.berkeley.edu/CyberSpace/.

For more information on NCRVE's electronic services, contact David 
Carlson at NCRVE by email (dcarlson@uclink.berkeley.edu) or by phone 
(800-(old phone deleted)).


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