Correspondence

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  • Any forms of addressed and written communication sent and received, including letters, postcards, memorandums, notes, telegrams, or cables.

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E-Mail: Information Line*

This file contains E-mail information messages sent to Ryerson community.
Infoline has been discontinued effective October 19th, 2009. Announcements and information provided through these emails will now be provided by Ryerson Today (395-112). See email in folder for further information.

Award to Gosha Zywno letter and photograph

Letter of congratulations and an 8 x 10 colour photograph of Malgorzata Zywno, Electrical Engineering faculty member, from the Center for the Advancement ofTeaching and Learning, Jacksonville, Florida. Gosha Zywno was a recipient of an "Award for Innovative Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Technology", presented at the Fifteenth International Conference on College Teaching and Learning.

Correspondence

This file contains memorandums, faculty forum invitation and information, articles, Office of Research and Innovation (ORI) information to faculty on ORI services, ORI Mission statement, Summer Program in Mexico information package, notices and posters.

Correspondence: Dean (A. Sauro)

This file contains correspondence, Philosophy of Culture documents, Field Instruction Manual, Social Sciences Department Staff Manual, minutes of meetings, Seminars information, reports, Applied Arts Interim Planning Brief.

Library Development Fund

This file contains memorandums, proposals, Special Combined Library Request from Film and Photography Department's three Programs document.

Letter, P. J(?). Reid to relative

Thin 8 1/2x11 paper with the logo "REID BROS.,/ ARTISTS AND PHOTO ENGLARGERS" at the top of the page. The address is given as 33 Roeland Street, Cape Town and addressed to a relative in Canada. The letter expresses regret that over the death of a young woman named Jessie.

Correspondence: accessibility

Sub-series consists of e-mail notices to all Library personnel primarily by the listserv ryelib regarding Accessibility within the University Library.

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