Pregunta De Semana

How much do you use the list-serv? Do you get it in regular or digest form?

Do you INTENSELY DISLIKE THE LIST SERV?

Tell us your feelings (or thoughts) about it.

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7 thoughts on “Pregunta De Semana

  1. Nick says:

    I am fairly indifferent. There are some quality points that do come across and these are used, the others are quickly deleted.

    Nick

  2. Leticia says:

    I like being informed about things, but through the listserv, I receive far too many emails that are not relevant to my life or program. Maybe a more specialized group of listservs would be prudent. There could be listservs for each program as well as a general one. Perhaps this is already the case, but I get so many emails about programs that are irrelevant to me.

  3. Liz says:

    I only read things on the listserv that come from Ellie Jones. No wait, actually I read everything, but I totally agree with the above comment. Too many repeat emails about irrelevant things are annoying.

  4. Karin Gaffney Christensen says:

    Much of what we get is great information, but there are sometimes too many Replies to All that are unnecessary.

  5. Lina says:

    I read a lot of stuff that comes across the listserv, and I also write a lot of the stuff that I’m sure gets deleted. I agree with people needing to learn how to not hit “reply all”…it gets annoying after a while. My feeling is read it or not, it’s up to you, but if you choose not to read it you may miss out on some important information or events you didn’t know about. It’s your choice.

  6. Wendy says:

    I am a happily employed alumni and stay on the listserv to keep informed. I especially like to hear updates to the DLIS program, faculty updates, and grant opportunities. However, if there is a listserv specifically for alumni, that would probably be more useful to me.

  7. Sarah C. says:

    Agree with what everybody said about reply all. Perhaps listserv membership should require some sort of reading comprehension test…then again a lot of life could require that test, too 🙂

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