How many subscribers are on
As of 11/15/02, there are 146.
Are all tictech
employees of the Seattle School District?
No. A few are interested parents and members of the
Who can join?
Anyone interested in technology in education, especially as it relates to
Is tictech an official
Seattle School District list?
No. The Seattle School District does not support tictech in any
way. It was run from a Challenge Grant server until December, 2001.
As of January, 2002, the list is hosted by The
Learning Space. This web home is provided by The
Earth Day Groceries Project. Both of these are nonprofit 501c3
organizations. The moderator volunteers his
How do I join the list, or
tictech or Leaving
How come it takes so long
for my message to get sent out to the list after I post it?
Messages to tictech first get sent to the list moderator for
approval. After the moderator approves the message, there is about a
half hour delay before the message is distributed to the list. So, assuming
the moderator reads and responds to the message immediately, it will take 30
to 40 minutes.
Can I send attachments?
I replied to the whole list
when I only wanted to reply to the sender. How come?
tictech is currently set so that replies go to the list. Before
sending a reply, be sure to check the "To" field. Depending
on email program, it might be necessary to copy, cut, and paste the sender's
email address in the "To" field. (For those using Outlook Web
Access, a reply will go to the sender of the message only).
Why do tictech
sometimes have line wraps at the wrong places?
This is generally caused by someone posting a message with no line wrap set,
or with line wrap set to more than 74 characters/line. Subscribers
with seattleschools.org email accounts should always send messages as plain
These questions were just made
up for informational purposes. If you have suggestions for more, email
moderator Mark Ahlness at firstname.lastname@example.org