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Further education renamed and new forums

Discussion in 'Welcome lounge and forum help' started by TES_Community, Jul 24, 2009.

  1. TES_Community

    TES_Community Administrator

    To recognise the increased importance of the FE sector we have added two new FE forums; one for FE lecturers and another for FE managers.
    We will of course be retaining the existing FE forum, but to avoid confusion we have renamed it as FE - General. These forums sit in our new Further education section accessible from the forums homepage but you may wish to add the forums to your hotlist as they will not appear in the left hand list for a few days.
    Forums homepage


     
  2. TES_Community

    TES_Community Administrator

    To recognise the increased importance of the FE sector we have added two new FE forums; one for FE lecturers and another for FE managers.
    We will of course be retaining the existing FE forum, but to avoid confusion we have renamed it as FE - General. These forums sit in our new Further education section accessible from the forums homepage but you may wish to add the forums to your hotlist as they will not appear in the left hand list for a few days.
    Forums homepage


     

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