The modeling listserv is valuable

(Unsolicited emails, most in 2000-2001. I just happened to have time to save these -- usually I don't.  I have received many more unsolicited kudos since then.  As of fall 2008, the modeling listserv had 1900 subscribers, most of whom are high school physics teachers who have taken at least one three-week modeling workshop.  By fall 2014, the listserv had grown to 3200 subscribers.  It is active daily; sometimes as many as a dozen posts, but usually a few each day. – Jane Jackson)

 

 

The list serve is a great source of professional conversations and ideas.

 

I have been very much enjoying the modeling listserve and want very much to stay on.

 

Just wanted to let you know that I've found the listserve very informative (and have followed several web trails to great material and information). Please keep me aboard!!

 

Thanks, Jane, for maintaining this list-serve.  I have learned much from the discourse.

 

... THE MODELING DIGEST IS THE ONLY THING I GET EVERYDAY THAT I ACTUALLY WANT TO READ CAREFULLY - THE REST I SIFT AND PITCH.

 

Thank you for maintaining the Automatic Digest physics listserve.  I enjoy it very much and find the discourse quite useful in my physics classes.

 

Thank you for putting me back on the list serve.  Apparently our school's server was down while being upgraded.  And this is definitely my FAVORITE list serve!!  :)

 

[For workshop follow-up, the modeling listserv is] most valuable, long-term. So many teachers subscribe that someone always has something worthwhile to say on any issue!

 

... Thank you.  I've been getting great ideas from the Modeling service.

 

Thanks for supporting physics teachers with the listserv.  The listserv has been very helpful.

 

The Modeling listserv has been really helpful to me.  Keep up the good work!

 

I am new at modeling and have been reading my list serve messages religiously.

 

Please put me back on the listserv. I went off for the summer break and now am suffering severe Modeling withdrawal, so don't delay.

 

I truly enjoy reading the comments that are posted almost every day and it is very, very helpful for me since I am the only physics teacher at the school, it is my first year teaching physics, and I do not have any physics emphasis in my degree.

 

I don't think I could start my day w/o my modeling digest!