[eDebate] CEDATOPIC: New Blog

NEIL BERCH berchnorto
Wed May 10 12:50:20 CDT 2006

Kudos to Gordon, Steve, and the Committee!
--Neil Berch
West Virginia University

>From: Steve Mancuso <spmancuso at aol.com>
>To: Edebate <edebate at ndtceda.com>
>Subject: [eDebate] CEDATOPIC: New Blog
>Date: Wed, 10 May 2006 13:30:53 -0400
>Greetings everyone,
>I'd like to announce a new blog concerning the CEDA topic writing
>process.  It's called CEDATOPIC and it is operated by members of the
>Topic Committee.
>It is our hope that CEDATOPIC provides the following benefits to the
>committee and our broader community:
>? CEDATOPIC provides links to the topic area and wording papers,
>selected online reference resources for the Supreme Court topic area,
>and archives for the discussion and work which the topic committee will
>be conducting in the next month.  This material includes a new report
>concerning the Topic Process - its various steps and documents that
>control it.
>? CEDATOPIC as a weblog provides greater organization and immediacy for
>our reporting to you, our reserach, and your research and feedback to
>us.  We will keep it updated during the summer conference meetings
>themselves.  Reminder: the summer topic meeting takes place in Kansas
>City May 31 to June 2.
>Please feel free to comment at CEDATOPIC on any of the posts -
>anonymously if you prefer that.
>CEDATOPIC was launched yesterday: CEDATOPIC.blogspot.com
>Over the next few days we will be working on organizing our questions
>and research areas for the new topic area.  Hopefully the greater
>organization and focus provided by this blog will enable a more
>effective and inclusive deliberation process.  Those are certainly the
>Gordon Stables of USC is the other administrator of CEDATOPIC - in
>fact, the blog was his idea.  If you have any suggestions for
>additional uses of it please let one of us know.
>Steve Mancuso
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