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Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2007 15:59:13 -0400
Subject: HEATH Resource Center Launches Updated Web Site

Website Launch Announcement: [With apologies for possible double postings]
The George Washington University HEATH Resource Center Launches Updated Web
Web Address: <>

Dear Friends and Colleagues,
I am pleased to announce the launch of our new updated and improved website
for The GW HEATH Resource Center.  The new site has been redesigned to
better meet the needs of students with disabilities, their families, school
and university professionals, and others in the Internet community.
We have updated existing features and we are proud to introduce new
value-adding features to the benefit of our visitors. Major categories

Home <>
About Us <>
Calendar <>
Publications <>
News <>
FAQs <>
Links <>

 The new website provides a clearer structure and simplified navigation.
Improved search functions make finding HEATH Resource information easier
than before. Users of the site will benefit from the improved navigation
menus, the added features of RSS Feed subscription, and an extensive
collection of links that will provide further information.
As before, our primary contributors to the site are acknowledged experts in
their fields. All articles are peer-reviewed for technical accuracy and
edited for readability and consistency. Visitors to the site will be able to
access free downloads our collection of publications. Our publications
include our quarterly Newsletter, Resource Papers and Fact Sheets. Also
included are our archived articles published over the past six years.
Future plans include educational modules on transition.  The web site will
be an invaluable resource for students, families, and professions in finding
accessible information on expanding access and success in education beyond
high school,  educational support services, policies, procedures,
adaptations, and opportunities at American campuses, vocational-technical
schools, and other postsecondary training entities. Information has been
efficiently categorized for easy navigation.
The HEATH Resource Center Web site is dynamic and being dynamic you will see
that our web universe continues to develop with new value added features to
the benefit of all visitors. If you experience any problems using the new
website or if you have any suggestions, please contact me at
I hope you will enjoy your visit to our new website.
Donna Martinez
The HEATH Resource Center
The George Washington University
Graduate School of Education and Human Development
2134 G Street, NW
Washington, DC 20052
Phone: 202-973-0904
FAX: 202-994-3365
HEATH Website: <>

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