Staying Up to Date I absolutely agree with Susan Haseley (“Staying Up to Date,” Sept. 20, 2011) concerning her request that ASHA’s members be given the option to receive journals in print. As professionals, we all have different learning styles, and I am able to read and digest information best when I have a ... Inbox
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The ASHA Leader, November 2011, Vol. 16, 30. doi:10.1044/leader.IN3.16142011.30
The ASHA Leader, November 2011, Vol. 16, 30. doi:10.1044/leader.IN3.16142011.30
I absolutely agree with Susan Haseley (“Staying Up to Date,” Sept. 20, 2011) concerning her request that ASHA’s members be given the option to receive journals in print. As professionals, we all have different learning styles, and I am able to read and digest information best when I have a hard copy. In the past, the printed journals not only allowed me to highlight information, but also allowed me to read the journals at my leisure when I was away from the computer. I hope that ASHA will reinstate the printed journals at no additional cost, for those members who prefer that mode of receiving information. Thank you.
Jean Ouellette Raynham, Massachusetts
Editor’s note: All four ASHA journals are available online as a member benefit. Print subscriptions also are available at cost.
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